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

No. 1

M: My dish hasn't come yet, but please eat while it's hot.

F: Thank you. But your dish [ order ] is coming soon. I'll wait ( for it ).

M: OK. Then I'll tell you why this restaurant is so popular while waiting.

F: Sounds interesting. I'd like to hear [ listen ].

No. 2

M: You're listening to nice music.

F: This is very popular with [ among ] young people.

M: I see. But it's just a bit loud for me. I prefer slow music

like [ such as ] ballad.

Thank you. kenta
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Hi Kenta,

No. 1

M: My dish hasn't come yet, but please eat while it's hot.

OK, but more idiomatic is something like

'Please go ahead and eat while it's hot, don't wait for me'.

The word 'dish' is a bit formal, and in this context it does not need to be mentioned because it can clearly be seen.



F: Thank you. But your dish [ order ] is coming soon. I'll wait ( for it ). But I'll wait.

M: OK. Then I'll tell you why this restaurant is so popular while waiting.

F: Sounds interesting. I'd like to hear [ listen ].

No. 2

M: You're listening to nice music.

F: This is very popular with [ among ] young people.

M: I see. But it's just a bit loud for me. I prefer slow music

like [ such as ] ballads.

Clive
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Thank you, Clive. You taught me a lot!

kenta