Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
1. At a restaurant, is it correct to say:
"I'm making my order, but you can take your time to make yours."
2. Is this sentence correct:
"Heimlich manouveur is a first-aid technique used in the event of airway obstruction."
- MarkLv 78 months agoFavorite Answer
2 is correct though you didn't spell "maneuvre" (or "maneuver") correctly. 1 is GRAMMATICALLY correct, but "I've decided what to order, but you can take your time figuring out what you want" is more common.