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    Default take/take along/take with me

    What's the difference between these sentences?

    -I haven't taken my umbrella, so I'll get wet through if it rains.
    -I haven't taken my umbrella along, so I'll get wet through if it rains.
    -I haven't taken my umbrella with me, so I'll get through if it rains.

    I can't see the difference

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    Default Re: take/take along/take with me

    Nothing much, but wouldn't 'brought' work better?

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    Default Re: take/take along/take with me

    I don't know Maybe, it would.
    P.S. Did you come back from Japan? Because your location is London now

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