“Is that for here or to go?”
You work at a fast food restaurant. A customer tells you what food he wants. You need to know whether to put the food in a bag, or on a tray. You ask this.
Is that for here or to go?
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This is a question that fast food restaurant employees ask the customers when they order. The employee wants to know whether you're eating in the restaurant ("here") or taking it somewhere else ("to go") so that he or she can give you a tray or put your food in a bag.
You can answer like this:
It's for here.
It's to go.
To go, please.