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    skiing field

    Please check out the following sentence.

    I have always wanted to go skiing, so I go to the skiing field.

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    Re: skiing field

    I wouldn't use field- how about ski slopes? And I would change go.

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    Re: skiing field

    I have always wanted to go skiing, so I go to the ski slopes.

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    Re: skiing field

    Go- do you go regularly, will you go in the future or have you been? It sounds a bit strange in the simple present because if you go to the ski slopes, then your desire has been fulfilled.

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    Re: skiing field

    (1) I have always wanted to go skiing, so I will go to the skiing slopes.

    (2) I have always wanted to go skiing, so I went to the skiing slopes.

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    Re: skiing field

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    (1) I have always wanted to go skiing, so I will go to the skiing slopes.

    (2) I have always wanted to go skiing, so I went to the skiing slopes.
    Got it! The verbs are fine, but the collocation is 'ski slopes'.

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