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Q: What does In ordering at McDonald, which one is more natural? Can I have A? Can I get A? I'll take A. I'll get A. mean?
A: I also hear people say, "I'll get A" :)

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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? McDonald's has sale for french fry for 150yen for any sizes. I bought 4 Large size. stuffed!!

I think I used too much for. What is the best sentence?
A: You could say "McDonald's has a sale on French fries, 150 yen for any size. I bought 4 large fries. I'm stuffed!" Does that help?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? McDonald'sはたまに、すごく食(た)べたくなります!
A: "Sometimes I really want to eat at MacDonald's!"
"There are times when I really want to eat at MacDonald's!"
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? トレーニングのあと、McDonald'sでコーヒー☕飲(の)むのが、最高!(さいこう)😊😆😆
A: After training, I drinked a coffee at McDonald's, which was the best.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "McDonald" ( how to pronounce )
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? McDonald's
A: Some people hate McDonald's

Other questions about "Mcdonald"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce McDonald's.
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Q: I'm in McDonald. Does this sound natural?
A: McDonalds.
I am in McDonalds.

In English we can also say - 'I am at McDonalds'. I would use this more often myself :)
Q: I would like to eat at McDonald's today Does this sound natural?
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Q: McDonald's in this building occupies two floors, the 1st floor being where you order and the 2nd floor being seats. Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds good to me. Though, if you want it to sound a bit more natural you could say it like this. "McDonald's in this building occupies two floors. The 1st floor being where you order, and the 2nd floor being where you sit.
Q: I went to McDonald's. Does this sound natural?
A: You only need an article when the noun is generic - "I went to a restaurant" versus "I went to Greasy Joe's". That it happens to be McDonald's in this case is irrelevant. =)

Mind you, it's not completely ungrammatical to say "I went to a McDonald's", but "a McDonald's restaurant" is what's being implied, and no one ever really says that. =P

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