an afternoon walk and a good movie

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an afternoon walk and a good movie

Post by azz »

Could one use

a. He loves an afternoon walk in the park and a good late night movie.

instead of

b. He loves afternoon walks in the park and good late night movies.
?



I am not sure (a) works. Doesn't it imply that the two things are somehow related?

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Re: an afternoon walk and a good movie

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Either is acceptable with no significant difference in meaning.
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