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Which one is the correct sentence?

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New post 25 Dec 2005, 21:45
b14kumar wrote:
Which one is the correct sentence?

a) Shall we go out for lunch?
b) Shall we go out for the lunch?

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A is correct in this case.

B seems to be talking about a specific lunch; so it will need a 'that' + a restrictive clause to be correct.

We can re-write the sentence:

"Shall we go out for the lunch that features Britney Spears and President Bush?"
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