Hi, Kindly help to check these below sentences for me :- thank you Emotion: smile

Questions:
How often do you go to the Cinema?
How often do you go to Cinema?
How often do you go to see movie?
How often do you go to a cafe?
How often do you go to the cafe?

Answers:
Normally I go to the Cinema on the weekend.
Normally I go to the Cinema on weekend.
I seldom go to the Cinema
I seldom go to Cinema.

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I enjoy watching television.
I enjoy watch television.

I hate doing housework.
I hate housework.
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How often do you go to the Cinema? - Fine

How often do you go to Cinema? - Wrong, see above.

How often do you go to see movie? - Wrong, How often do you go to see a movie/go to the movies?

How often do you go to a cafe? - Fine

How often do you go to the cafe? - Fine

Answers:

Normally I go to the Cinema on the weekend. - Fine (prefer at the weekend though)

Normally I go to the Cinema on weekend. - Wrong. As above or at weekends

I seldom go to the Cinema -Fine

I seldom go to Cinema. -Wrong, missing a definate article again.

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I enjoy watching television. - Fine

I enjoy watch television. - Wrong, See above or I like to watch television.

I hate doing housework.

I hate housework. - Both of these are fine.
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How about ...:-

How often do you go to the discos?/ How often do you go discos?
I never go to discos./ I never go to the discos.
Although it seems odd, use the singular for disco if you use "the."

I never got to discos. I never go to the disco.

(As a side note, in the US, we'd say "on weekends" or "on the weekend" and not "at." I found out about this US/UK difference on this forum.)
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