For here or to go

Are you familiar with the expression “for here or to go”? If you want to say it in a complete sentence, you can say “Is that for here or to go?”

This is a question you’re almost always asked in a fast-food restaurant when you order your meal. If the lady behind the counter who’s taking your order asks this question, she wants to know whether you’re eating your meal in the restaurant or taking it somewhere else.

If your answer is “It’s for here,” then the lady will put your meal on a tray and give it to you. If you want to take it home or somewhere else, then your answer will be “To go, please”. Then she will put your meal in a bag for you.

Now, would you like to try a quiz? You’ll be given three options. Choose the one that is TRUE.

If you want to eat your meal in the restaurant, you’ll say:
(1) It’s for here.
(2) To go, please.
(3) No thank you.

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