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    diction: to have/use/enjoy/go to a spa?

    I am not a native speaker, but I am very interested in authentic English. I'd like to know what verbs are often placed before "a spa"; for example, can I say "to have/use/enjoy/go to a spa?" or are there any other verbs which often go with "a spa"? I'd appreciate your kind help.

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    Re: diction: to have/use/enjoy/go to a spa?

    "Go to a spa" is the most common collocation.

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