So langsung means "Immediately"?
in this sentence, yes
"We will order drinks right away" is grammatically more correct
Nothing wrong with the grammar here. "We sit down, we order drinks right away, and we look at our menus." Also works fine in past tense.
I think Langsung is more used as the meaning of directly. I hope Duolingo adopts more appropriate example sentences.
Not in the Indonesian section. It's really awful
The English "correct" translation is not normal speech. I would say, "We will order deinks right away."
"[Every time we walk into a bar,] we order drinks right away"
We ordered drinks directly Directly does mean 'immediately'