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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Would you correct them?

No. 1

M: What would you like to eat this evening?

F: I feel like ( eating ) Italian food.

M: Then let's go to Maharaja, shall we?

F: Maharaja? It's not an Italian restaurant but an Indian one.

No.2

M: Shall we go ( and ) see a movie this evening?
[ go to the movies ]

F: Sounds fine [ good / interesting ]. What movies are showing on?

M: There is a movie I want to see. It's a must.

F: OK. I depend on you. [ I'll leave it ( up ) to you. ]

Thank you. kenta
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Hi,

M: What would you like to eat this evening?



F: I feel like ( eating ) Italian ( food) .



M: Then let's go to Maharaja, shall we?



F: Maharaja? It's not an Italian restaurant,. It's but an Indian one.



No.2



M: Shall we go ( and ) see a movie this evening?
[ go to the movies also OK]



F: Sounds fine [ good / interesting also OK]. What movies are showing on?

What's showing / What's on?



M: There's one is a movie I want to see. It's a must.



F: OK. I trust you. I depend on you. [ I'll leave it ( up ) to you. ]



Best wishes, Clive

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KentaNo. 1

M: What would you like to eat this evening?

F: I feel like ( eating ) Italian food. They're all posslble and common:
(I feel like Italian.)
I feel like [eating] Italian [food].

M: Then let's go to Maharaja, shall we?

F: Maharaja? It's not an Italian restaurant but an Indian one. This is correct, but uncommon.
Maharaja?! That's not Italian. It's Indian.

No.2

M: Shall we go ( and ) see a movie this evening?
[ go to the movies ] Yes, since so many people prefer to watch their movies at home, it's now necessary to specify.
Shall we go and see a movie this evening?
Shall we go to the movies?
Shall we go out to a movie?

F: Sounds fine [ good / interesting ]. What movies are showing on? ?
Sounds good. What's showing? (more common)

M: There is a movie I want to see. It's a must. This is a little ambiguous as to whether the movie is "a must" or whether your seeing it is a must. If you say, "This movie is a must!" it's a little less ambiguous.

There's also the expression "It's a must-see." (I'm not sure about the hyphen.)

There's a must-see movie I've been wanting to catch.

F: OK. I depend on you. [ I'll leave it ( up ) to you. ] I think this is more natural with the "up."

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Thank you, both. I appreciate your comments.

kenta
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