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(Suppose I am having my luggage checked in at the airport)
Please read the following 2 sentences:
1) The luggage will go to destination directly.
2) The luggage will go to the destination directly.
My question is whether or not I should use a definite article before the word ' destination'. Or which one sounds better to you native teacher?
Thank you so much, Dear Searching for Language . I always wish to consult a native speaker when I have idiomatic problems of English that can not be easily found in my grammar books.
Grammatically, it's correct.
Having stood at countless airport counters, what they mainly say is, as I leave from Glasgow, via Gatwick, to Las Vegas:
"Your bags are checked through to Las Vegas."
Thank you, Dear David. This is very helpful to me .