drive on a vacation or drive on vacation? drive on a vacation or drive on vacation? go on a vacation or go on vacation?
Apr 19, 2016 12:35 PM
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Both are correct. The difference is when you use an article, you are speaking about a specific vacation. So to say "go on vacation" you are refer in general to a vacation, but if you say "go on a vacation" you are implying a specific vacation. The difference is subtle, but perhaps: "I have been working too much I need to go on vacation." -- you are not planning it yet, you just need one "This summer, my family and I are going on a vacation." -- you are actively planning the trip Again, very slight difference.
April 19, 2016
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