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I understand we use “I’ll” (“I will”) when we decide to bởi something atthe time of speaking, such as in the former case.Bạn sẽ xem: What would you like to drink?

However, what if I want lớn drink an orange juice at a coffee siêu thị (becauseit’s very delicious)? I already planned to buy it before I went tothe shop. How can I answer this question at the coffee shop?

Waitress: What would you lượt thích to drink?

Me: ………………………

Can I say “I’m going to have an orange juice.”?

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Active Oldest Votes 8 I understand we use “I’ll (will)” when we decided to bởi vì something at the time of speaking in the former case.

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I don"t believe this distinction is widely recognized by native speakers.

"I"ll have an orange juice" would be perfectly acceptable in your coffee siêu thị scenario as wnangngucnoisoi.vn as when visiting a friend.

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Of course it"s also fine to lớn simply reflect the khung of the question:

Waitress: What would you like to drink?

Me: I"d lượt thích an orange juice.

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tóm tắt Improve this answer Follow edited Dec 18 "13 at 18:59 answered Sep 11 "13 at 16:20
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The PhotonThe Photon 9,64811 gold badge1919 silver badges1818 bronze badges 1 địa chỉ cửa hàng a bình luận | 5 You could say that but in English this probably makes more sense:

"May I have an orange juice?"

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akkatrackerakkatracker 48922 silver badges77 bronze badges 1 địa chỉ cửa hàng a bình luận | 4 "I"m going to lớn have an orange juice" is a little awkward-sounding, although not ungrammatical. Dropping the "an" helps a little, but probably more common would be just "orange juice, please" or "could I have an orange juice?" chia sẻ Improve this answer Follow answered Sep 11 "13 at 11:06
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