I keep saying “let’s have dinner” my mind automatically says have dinner instead of eat dinner haha. Am i the only one that never says “eat a meal” in real life? I never noticed that until this.
Me too. I think breakfast, lunch, dinner, supper are mealtimes or events, not the meals. Nowadays these sorts of abstract nouns are all becoming concrete nouns though; it's a general trend in the language. I'd say, "Let's eat something for dinner."
Aussie's say have dinner, eat dinner, done people call the evening meal tea
Why "let's have the dinner at the hotel" is wrong??
식사합시다 (let's dine) would better fit a meal at a hotel.
Why is "Let's eat at a hotel for dinner" not accepted?
Can they add the slow speak mode in the Microphone exercise? It will help a lot, including Korean!
How are we supposed to know the context of "let's" without any other discerning words in the sentence?
Ending the verb with ~읍시다/ㅂ시다 = let's (formal)