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    #1

    go for a walk/go on a walk

    What is the difference between to go for a walk and on a walk? Is there any?

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    #2

    Re: go for a walk/go on a walk

    Same thing really, just used in differennt circumstances, so for e.g.


    Right dad, im going (FOR a) walk. - this is what one would usually say, and when they are about to go and do it.


    Dad, im gonna (go on) a sponsered walk - this would be used in that context, meaning you're going to do it.


    Hope this helps


    Lord Jenkins

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