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1. We sang karaoke together.
2. We sang together in Kareoke.
3. We sang together in a kareoke.
[Which one is grammatical?]

asked by rfvv
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    posted by Becky Tre
  2. Yes, one is best. Two is not bad. Three doesn't seem right in America. We don't refer to karaoke as an entity unto itself. We might say we sang together in a karaoke BAR or NIGHTCLUB. "A karaoke" doesn't make sense to us.

    posted by Reed

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