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A last doubt. I hope you can have a look at it.

1)How can I check this sentence:
" We had free lunch in Trieste"
We were free for lunch.
We were given some free time for lunch.
We were free to have lunch where we wanted (to).
2) We had a look at the castle and we visited the Roman ruins, remains, findings (Which one is best?)

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    1)The first sentence means that you didn't pay for your lunch.
    The other three mean about the same -- that you didn't have to work or stay with the group and you could eat where you wanted to eat.

    2) We visited Roman ruins. The other two words are wrong here.

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