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    he is doing lunch is correct or he is taking lunch?

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    Re: English

    NOT A TEACHER.

    He's having lunch.

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    Re: English

    Quote Originally Posted by Rama Krishna View Post
    he is doing lunch is correct or he is taking lunch?
    He is eating/having lunch.
    If he's not actually eating lunch, you can say, "He's on a/his lunch break".

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