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A '''potluck''' is a gathering of people.  
A '''potluck''' is a gathering of people.  


Every person bring food to share with others.
Every person brings food to share with others.




[[File:Potluck.jpg|400px|on the picture you see a potluck]]
[[File:Potluck.jpg|left|thumb|on the picture you see a potluck]]
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== Words with same meanings ==
== Words with same meanings ==
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Every person brings something to eat.  
Every person brings something to eat.  


When many people come.
When many people come,


There is a lot of food.
there is a lot of food.
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All the food will be set on a [[Buffet|table]].  
All the food will be set on a [[Buffet|table]].  

Latest revision as of 16:33, 6 October 2020

A potluck is a gathering of people.

Every person brings food to share with others.


on the picture you see a potluck

Words with same meanings[edit | edit source]

Potluck dinner

Pitch in

Bring a plate.


Detailed explanation[edit | edit source]

Every person brings something to eat.

When many people come,

there is a lot of food.

All the food will be set on a table.

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