"I will have launch" is not correct. Did you mean "lunch"?
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I would like to know in which condition it is said i will have lunch and i will have a bath. why 2nd sentence taking a word and 1st sentence is not.
Last edited by arjitsharma; 08-Nov-2015 at 08:18. Reason: I wrote launch instead of lunch
Although "lunch" is a countable noun, we rarely use it with an article, whether it's singular or plural.
I have lunch.
He had breakfast.
They are having dinner.
I have had six identical lunches this week.
I saw three hundred dinners being made when I worked at a restaurant.
However, we would say something like "Can you see the breakfasts laid out on the large table?" because we are referring to the individual plates of food.
Once upon a time, they were used as verbs but these forms are rarely heard now.
We lunched at the marina.
They dined (not "dinnered") together.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 08-Nov-2015 at 09:13. Reason: Edited after prompt
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.