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Can you please check these sentences I'm doubtful about? Thank you.

1)Can you dress the Christmas tree with festoons?
2) hall we go to the cinema? I'd rather stay at home./I'd prefer to stay at home.
3)I'd like (a?) grilled chicken breast, (a) home-baked rasperry cake.
4) Would you like anything to drink?
For Christmas dinner I had (Or: On Christmas day I had pasta for dinner?)
They are leaving from London at (leaving London?)
5)I had typical southern Italian specialities.

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    1) Would you decorate the Christmas tree with ornaments and lights?

    2) OK

    3)I'd like a grilled chicken breast and a piece of home-baked raspberry cake.

    4) Would you like anything to drink?
    For Christmas dinner, I had pasta.
    They are leaving from London at (leaving London?) [Either phrasing works.]

    5) I had typical southern Italian specialties.

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