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To place an order #1 (permalink) Fri Dec 23, 2005 20:27 pm   To place an order
 

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ESL/EFL Test #112 "Placing an order via phone", question 9

Nick: I would like to ......... a to-go order.

(a) make
(b) do
(c) place
(d) deliver

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #112 "Placing an order via phone", answer 9

Nick: I would like to place a to-go order.

Correct answer: (c) place

Your answer was: incorrect
Nick: I would like to make a to-go order.
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As far as I know, "to make an order" can be used as "to place an order". So what is wrong with my answer to this question?
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To place an order #2 (permalink) Fri Dec 23, 2005 20:40 pm   To place an order
 

Hi,

To me place an order is the usual expression.

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