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Doubts about expression: "going to the cinema"


Lolita 1 / 1  
Jun 6, 2012   #1
Hi,
Tomorrow I'll do my Pet exam. In the writing part I have to write a letter to my friend but I've one's doubts about this expression:

I always spend my time with my friends going to the cinema.
It's right going?

Thank you so much,
Chiara
ah_zafari [Contributor] 40 / 672 148  
Jun 6, 2012   #2
Hi,
I always spend my free time going to the cinema with my friends going to the cinema.

Regards
Ahmad
OP Lolita 1 / 1  
Jun 11, 2012   #3
Thank you so much Ahmad :D
kissingyou0912 8 / 29  
Jun 21, 2012   #4
I think you also say that : I always go to the cinema with my friends in my leisure time
EF_Susan - / 2,364 12  
Jun 21, 2012   #5
Yes, to answer your question, it is appropriate to use "going" the way you have, bt if you are doubting or second guessing yourself, you can replace the word with "at" or "I tend to find myself, on my freetime, at.... The previous suggestions look good too. Good luck, and just a side note, if it was worth it to you to enquire about one word, in one sentence, then consider yourself n the right track. It shows that you have a passion for quality work, and getting your point across in the most effective way. :) Cool


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