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    To dine/to have a dinner

    I would like to ask which one is more common in the English language.

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    Re: To dine/to have a dinner

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Lucky_One View Post
    I would like to ask which one is more common in the English language.
    In BrE "to have dinner", no article.

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