Stay home / tidy it / order food with my couple, do they make sense ? Is this natural English? Some days I stay in my home and tidy ii.I order food with my couple. Thanks
Nov 1, 2017 1:49 PM
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It's usual to say "at home", A good phrasal verb to use is "tidy up" which means to make a place tidy. With my couple is not right. A couple is two people. It would be natural to say partner, or perhaps boyfriend/ girlfriend or husband/wife. So: Some days I stay at home and tidy up. I order food with my partner.
November 1, 2017
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