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    about preposition

    I have an idea ''let's go for a picnic''.
    or
    I have got an idea''let's go to a picnic''.

    Which is better to say?
    and
    I am confused about preposition as well,tell me about it.

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    Re: about preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    Gil
    I wanted to ask about ''have'' and ''have got''
    and
    preposition ''to'' and ''for''?
    I have an idea ''let's go to beach''/I have an idea to go to beach.

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