“Could we wrap this up and have another sandwich to go?” said English teacher Lyle while he and the students sat inside what might be the most famous restaurant in Montreal: Schwartz’s. His students were amused and puzzled with the expression “wrap this up” and “to go”.
However, Lyle was actually the one who was the most amused and puzzled because he learned that apparently, in Japan, you cannot have your meal to go. Excited about learning this new fact, he returned to CLC from this student activity, and told French teacher Yohann about what he had just learned from the students.
“It’s the same in France!” exclaimed Yohann.
Now I wonder… is the concept of having your meal to go mostly a North American thing?