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    On vs to

    I know you are supposed to say to when you are going somewhere. For example, I am going to Washington, DC.

    Is it grammatically correct to say going on? For example, I am going on the retreat or I am going to the retreat. Are you going on the retreat or are you going to the retreat?

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    Re: On vs to

    Hi MsNyree

    Both are perfectly fine and grammatical, but on the retreat is more common. Note, it also often ends with a date; e.g., I'm going on the retreat (this weekend).


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