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Is it correct to say: I promise we are going to spend an unforgettable weekend. Or I promise we are going to have an unforgettable weekend Or both are ok?

  • Normally when you use spend in this kind of construction, you follow it up with something else. We are going to spend an unforgettable weekend at the cottage. You can follow have with something too, but it works better without something than does spend. That aside, both are fine. – Jason Bassford Jan 24 at 20:53

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