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    Do you enjoy visiting museums ...

    Do you enjoy visiting museums when you are on holiday?

    Is that a native-like question?

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    Re: Do you enjoy visiting museums ...

    It's OK. However, there's no such thing as "a native-like question". Say something like "Is this something a native speaker would say?"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Do you enjoy visiting museums ...

    In North America you could use, "on holiday" and "on holidays" interchangeably. In fact, "on holidays" would be the vernacular.

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    Re: Do you enjoy visiting museums ...

    Quote Originally Posted by BobGerr View Post
    In North America you could use, "on holiday" and "on holidays" interchangeably. In fact, "on holidays" would be the vernacular.
    Not in the United States. We go ​on vacation.
    I am not a teacher.

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