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18 September

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When used in the sense of going, do you tend to switch up whether you use “to go” or “to hit (up)” depending on where you do? For instance, in the case of a gym, I think native speakers tend to use “hit the gym”, but I’ve never heard them say “hit up school” and “hit up work”. A website introduced the expressions “hitting the beach” and “hitting a night club” as ways to use it. So I still guess it all depends on where the places are, what do you think?

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