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I posted this question in one of the active threads here but it went unnoticed.

What verb do we use for the noun soup, eat or drink? I know "have" is OK. But let's don't consider that an option in the meantime.

A: Hey, what are you (eating/drinking)?
B: I'm (drinking/eating) soup.

Many Asians actually consume their soup without using a spoon. It's as if they're drinking it from the bowl.
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"Eat" is correct in the US, even if it's only a cup - But I drink mine. Emotion: smile

Many Asians actually consume their soup without using a spoon. It's as if they're drinking it from the bowl.

I've seen the cooks in Chinese restaurants in New York eat a bowl of rice by shoveling it into their mouths as if they were drinking it. Emotion: nodding
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lagatawWhat verb do we use for the noun soup, eat or drink?
eat

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I think it depends on whether it is in a bowl (eat) or a cup (drink).
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