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    dungdinh2002 is offline Newbie
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    go for lunch or go to lunch

    Could someone please tell me what the differences between "go for lunch" and "go to lunch" are?

    "Go for lunch" sounds familiar with me. But today I found in YouTube the clip "Will you go to lunch".... so I confused...

    YouTube - WILL YOU GO TO LUNCH!.

    Thank you.

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    dungdinh2002 is offline Newbie
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    Re: go for lunch or go to lunch

    Thank you very much. It's clear to me.

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