A place where do a picnic

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Paperita

Senior Member
Italian
"This park is a sunny place where do a picnic!"
I don't think this sentence is correct. Do you?
I would have said: "The park is a sunny place where you can do a picnic" or "where to do a picnic".
Will you help me, please?
 
  • se16teddy

    Senior Member
    English - England
    All these options sound wrong to me. I might say This park is a sunny spot for a picnic, but a rubbish dump can be a sunny spot for a picnic too.

    You don't do a picnic. You could perhaps arrange a picnic or eat a picnic.
     

    Vektus

    Senior Member
    Russian
    Agree with the last point. Also you can have a picnic or make a picnic, not do.
    And it construction requires at least "to": where to have a picnic. Otherwise it sounds wrong to me.
     

    Vektus

    Senior Member
    Russian
    I think that "to make a picnic" is making food for picnic, to cook, or to prepare, as Paperita said.
    If you mean sitting in the park and eating a picnic, then it's "to have a picnic".
     
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