To have & To eat


“What are we eating? I feel like a steak.”

“We’re having nut roast with peas and carrots.”

Right. I assume that it’s not incorrect to say “We’re eating nut roast…”.

I’m waiting a (positive) feedback. :slight_smile:

(°) I also assume that the first sentence could be “What are we HAVING?”. In other words, we have “to eat” in the first sentence and “to have” in the second one, just to no repeat twice the same verb. Is it so?

Thanks again.

Yes and yes.

Hi Bev!

Wonderful. A message from Bev a day keeps the doctor away. :slight_smile:

… and I like it when all I have to do is confirm what you thought.