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    "Eat lunch" and "Have lunch"

    Hi Everybody,

    I would like to know if people say I am going to "eat lunch" to instead of "have lunch", is it grammatically correct? Please advise.

    Thanks.

    W

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    Re: "Eat lunch" and "Have lunch"

    Quote Originally Posted by Williamyh View Post
    Hi Everybody,

    I would like to know if people say I am going to "eat lunch" to instead of "have lunch", is it grammatically correct? Please advise.

    Thanks.

    W
    Yes, they are both used. "I am going to eat lunch" is more common in AmE than in BrE.

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