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It is very common to say, "have." As in, "Have some soup." Or, "I had some soup for lunch." Notice the word "some" with both of those, it is common to say that. "Eat some soup" would be more of a command, at least that is how we would take it if we heard that. But you certainly could say, "I ate (some) soup for lunch."
I have one question, if a native english speaker could answer it it would be great. If you are in a conversation and you say "so" instead of "too" by accident would the other person notice or whem native speakers are talking fast they dont even notice?
1. The soup was so hot, I had to leave it and eat it an hour later. (in video)
2. The soup is too hot, so I will have it later. (in task)
Could you or someone else please explain it why? Thanks so much!
Both "so" and "too" explain the same situation here that it's extremely hot.
We use "too" to describe like: how's your soup? It's too hot to eat.
Or, how's your soup? It's so hot, I had to leave it to cool.
Do you see the differences?