Let's go have a lunch.
Let's go have lunch.
Is there a difference between these two sentences in terms of what they imply?
Can "have lunch" and "have a lunch" be used interchangeably in any sentence? If not, can you provide some examples?
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idioms: have lunch, have breakfast, have tea, have dinner, have supper
idiomatic expression of an eating [ha ha] event: a lunch, a dinner, a tea, a supper