"Go to a beach"

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We all know we should put 'the' in 'go to the beach' and 'go to the park', etc, but I was wondering if we also can say 'go to a beach' and 'go to a park' in some context? Well...actucally I searched for them and I have found some examples, but not many. So could you tell me when we can put 'a' in front of beach and park, etc.

 

(Sentences I made)

ex) I am in the middle of a park, but I am not sure.

 

      I went to a beach in the country with my friends.

 

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Thank you so much as usual and take good care.

edited Oct 23 '12 at 00:47 Hans Contributor

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