I ask my friend to come over to my place and I want him to eat pizza on my expense. Is it correct to say like this:
Come over to my place bro! I will eat you a pizza.
Come over to my home bro! I will make you eat a pizza.
What are some other ways to say this like a native speaker?
Secondly, I want to know if using the word "treat" means inviting someone to food because something good has happened to you. If yes, then how to use it in a sentence? Is this way correct?
I want to take a treat from you.
I'm an Asian and here people speak a mixture of their native language and English. We often use this word but I could never get its correct usage as we use it as a word in our native language sentence. The dictionary shows its usage like this: "he wanted to take her to the pictures as a treat."