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There are six different types of pizza. I say:

I'll have six each please. Or

does it have to be I'll have six of each.

Thanks for the input!
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'I'll have six of each, please.'

(Do you really want 36 pizzas?)

Rover
Rover_KE'I'll have six of each, please.'(Do you really want 36 pizzas?)Rover
Haha, I'm sharing them with my friends!!

But is it not okay to say: I'll have six each.

Is it considered grammatically wrong?

Thanks!!
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PreciousJonesBut is it not okay to say: I'll have six each.
If your five friends are standing with you, you can say "We'll have six each". You'll then get the 36 pizzas, handed over six for each of you.

But is it not okay to say: I'll have six each.
Is it considered grammatically wrong?
I don't know, but the grammar police won't be there to judge. What matters is that the pizza guy understands what you want.

If you say 'I'll have six each', he will definitely say 'You mean six of each?' probably with a look of surprise on his face and wondering if he's got enough of the ingredients in his fridge.

Rover
fivejedjon PreciousJonesBut is it not okay to say: I'll have six each.If your five friends are standing with you, you can say "We'll have six each". You'll then get the 36 pizzas, handed over six for each of you.
fivejedjon PreciousJonesBut is it not okay to say: I'll have six each.If your five friends are standing with you, you can say "We'll have six each". You'll then get the 36 pizzas, handed over six for each of you.
So, if I'm alone ordering for them, it's gotta be:

I'll have six of each.
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PreciousJonesSo, if I'm alone ordering for them, it's gotta be:I'll have six of each.
Yes, if you really want 36 pizzas.