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    Restaurant vocab

    Hi

    I want to order the soup and ask "Does it come with bread?"

    How would this be in Russian?

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    Он подаётся (вместе) с хлебом? Or вы подаёте его (вместе) с хлебом? And I guess if it's obvious that you're reffering to the soup you've just ordered, then you can just ask "с хлебом?" and that'll be enough.
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