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Posted by rfvv on Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 2:39am.


1. We need to prepare food in order to take a party.

2. We need to prepare food in order to have a party.

3. We need to prepare food in order to throw a party.

(Are they all grammatical? Would you take a look at the verbs?)



English - Writeacher, Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 7:12am
#1 is incorrect.

#s 2 and 3 will be fine once you separate "inorder" -- these are two words: "in order"
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Thank you. I have corrected the words.

Do you mean you do not use 'take a party'?

1. We need to prepare food in order to take a party. (Is it wrong?)

  • English -

    The use of "take" in this context is not done. You can throw a party, have a party, host a party, attend a party, but not take one!!

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    We need to prepare food to take TO a party.

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