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    optimistic pessimist is offline Member
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    Dear all,

    Do you say "My grandfather almost always stays at home except to go fishing."?

    Or is it better to say "except when he goes figishing"?

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: except to go fishing

    Quote Originally Posted by optimistic pessimist View Post
    Dear all,

    Do you say "My grandfather almost always stays at home except to go fishing."?

    Or is it better to say "except when he goes figishing"?

    Thank you!

    OP
    I would say "...except when he goes fishing".

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