Posted by **rfvv** on Friday, November 2, 2012 at 9:15pm.

1. We had a sleepover at Susan's house.

2. We had a sleepover party at Susan's house.

(Which expression is correct? Are both grammatical?)

Q2: Do only girls have a sleepover? How about boys? Do they have sleepover parties? Do all teenagers have sleepover party in the USA?

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