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  1. larissacasagrande
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    Hi..I would like to know what is grammar correct way of say those sentences below:
    Where do you usually go to on Sundays? OR Where do you usually go on Sundays?

    I would like to go a beach next weekend? OR I would like to go to a beach next weekend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by larissacasagrande View Post
    Hi..I would like to know what is grammar correct way of say those sentences below:
    Where do you usually go to on Sundays? OR Where do you usually go on Sundays?

    I would like to go a beach next weekend? OR I would like to go to a beach next weekend?
    In both the cases, the second sentences are ok.

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