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    #1

    Question to vs for vs on

    Some girls of our class went to a picnic.

    Some girls of our class went for a picnic.

    Some girls of our class went on a picnic.


    What is the difference with the above sentences?

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    Re: to vs for vs on

    Not much, but the first sounds as if they joined other people who were having a picnic.

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