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I will go to boutique shop. then, go to supermarket to purchase groceries.


I have used "go to" two times. so can you suggest me to avoid the repetition?

Please give suitable phrasal verbs instead of go to?

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The repetition of "go to" in itself is not very noticeable, but other things aren't right/natural. You can say e.g.:

I'm going to the boutique and then on to the supermarket to get some groceries.

Check that "boutique" is really what you mean. In the UK, a "boutique" is a small shop that sells women's clothes and accessories.

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kumenglish

I will go to boutique shop. then, go to supermarket to purchase groceries.


I have used "go to" two times. so can you suggest me to avoid the repetition?

Please give suitable phrasal verbs instead of go to?

I will stop by the boutique shop first, then go to the supermarket for groceries. You need a definite article.

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Hi Anon,

Can we say boutique shop? Where I live, we only say boutique.

She runs a boutique.

Tom