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    Are these correct? I'd like to go see a movie. and Do you think we can go buy a...

    Are these correct?
    I'd like to go see a movie.
    Do you think we can go buy a book first?

    There should be "to" betwee two verbs.

    go to see

    go to buy
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    Re: Are these correct? I'd like to go see a movie. and Do you think we can go buy a

    Quote Originally Posted by noppanat View Post
    Are these correct?
    I'd like to go see a movie.
    Do you think we can go buy a book first?

    There should be "to" betwee two verbs.

    go to see

    go to buy
    "Go see" etc. is American. Elsewhere, we'd say "go and see" or "go to see".

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