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    allthewayanime is offline Member
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    give you a ride home/give you a lift home

    Which one is used: give you a ride home or give you a lift home?

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    Seriah is offline Newbie
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    Re: give you a ride home/give you a lift home

    I agree. In England you would never use 'give a ride' it's an Americanism.

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