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    kelvin123 is offline Junior Member
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    Default "take a look"

    I would like to take a look( ) the result.
    They want to take a look( ) this book.

    Can we use "on" rather than "at" in two ( ) ?

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    Default Re: "take a look"

    Quote Originally Posted by kelvin123 View Post
    I would like to take a look( ) the result.
    They want to take a look( ) this book.

    Can we use "on" rather than "at" in two ( ) ?
    No we can't.

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