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    gramma questions

    I got a question. Here's the statement:if i want to ask my classmate to have lunch after class. Then my question is eiter i should say:
    go eat lunch,
    or let's go and have lunch..
    which way is more corret?
    eventhough i know the first one seems to have gramma mistake, i heard that from lots of people..


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    Re: gramma questions

    The second is good. The first is wrong.

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    Re: gramma questions

    Would you like to have lunch?
    Let's have lunch.
    Let's go have lunch.
    Would you like to join me for some lunch?

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