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    Arrow Which one is appropriate?

    Hi,

    We are planning to go on a picnic.

    We are planning to have a picnic,

    Are both correct or any one? and why?

    Thanks

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    Re: Which one is appropriate?

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    Hi,

    We are planning to go on a picnic.

    We are planning to have a picnic,

    Are both correct or any one? and why?

    Thanks
    Both are correct, the first one gives an indication of deplacement, going somewhere for a picnic. The second one could have the same meaning, it could also mean having a picnic at home in the garden for example.

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