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    #1

    omitting 'the'

    Hello,

    I'm wondering whether I should say 'I love going to the theatre and the cinema.' or 'I love going to the theatre and cinema.' without repeating 'the' before 'cinema'.Could soneone hep me?

    Thnak you very much,
    heyt

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    Re: omitting 'the'

    Both are fine.

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