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Choose: I believe both are OK, right? Why?

- I spend a day on the (shore - beach) with my family.

Hello, Ahmed—Both are OK, yes. However, certain contexts will render one more appropriate than the other, or both of them inappropriate. (Are you staying next to the beach/shore or travelling to it? Are you on a boat?) Also, it is very strange that you are using the present simple. Did you mean to use the past simple ("spent")? If not, you should add an appropriate time adverbial.

  • I spend a day on the shore/beach with my family every summer.
Last edited by David, Moderator

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