Is it common to say "have" meaning "eat"? Or is it only possible to soup?
Yes, it is common to use the word "have" when referring to "eat" or getting something to eat. This word is common to use when ordering food in a restaurant. You can use "have" for any food, not just soup. Ex: I would like to have a tomato sandwich. Ex: What kind of food did you have at the restaurant?
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