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    wannaknow is offline Newbie
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    Choose the right one

    Which of these is right and why:

    Are you making an extra effort? OR

    Are you take an extra effort?

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    Re: Choose the right one

    Quote Originally Posted by wannaknow View Post
    Which of these is right and why:

    Are you making an extra effort? OR

    Are you take an extra effort?
    In English, we say "make an effort" not "take an effort".

    The first sentence is correct. Why? I think it is just idiomatic but I am happy to be corrected by someone more knowledgeable.

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