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Hi, teachers. Please help me.

Which is correct?

I like to cook and have a meal.

I like to cook and to have a meal.

I like to cook a meal and have one.

I like to cook a meal and to have one.

I like to cook a meal and have it.

I like to cook a meal and to have it.

I like to cook a meal and have.

I like to cook a meal and to have.
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Hi,

Please help me.

Which is correct? I assume you mean correct grammar.

I like to cook and have a meal.

I like to cook and to have a meal.

I like to cook a meal and have one.

I like to cook a meal and to have one.

I like to cook a meal and have it.

I like to cook a meal and to have it.

I like to cook a meal and have.

I like to cook a meal and to have.

Clive
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These are grammatically possible:

I like to cook and have a meal.
I like to cook and to have a meal.
I like to cook a meal and have one.
I like to cook a meal and to have one.
I like to cook a meal and have it.
I like to cook a meal and to have it.

And this is native:

I like to cook a meal and eat it.