"Have" lunch

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"Have" lunch

I noticed that "lunch" was turned into a noun in the English translation. That really is not necessary because every English speaker is familiar with "lunch" being used as a verb. It is not common, but not improper or unknown. If Spanish speakers think of it as a verb, then it can only help learners to think of it as a verb as well, no?

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MarcosC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Depends on the country, no?

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"Have" lunch

I noticed that "lunch" was turned into a noun in the English translation. That really is not necessary because every English speaker is familiar with "lunch" being used as a verb. It is not common, but not improper or unknown. If Spanish speakers think of it as a verb, then it can only help learners to think of it as a verb as well, no?

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