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    Hi

    Could anyone tell me what this sentence means?

    "Her smile has taken me places."

    Thank you very much.

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    (not a teacher)

    The meaning is a tad enigmatic without context.

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    I am sorry to say that there is no context regarding to this sentence.

    I read this from a novel. In the novel, a boy, who is attracted by a girl, said this sentence to that girl. That's all.



    Quote Originally Posted by SlickVic9000 View Post
    (not a teacher)

    The meaning is a tad enigmatic without context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IQU3838 View Post
    Hi

    Could anyone tell me what this sentence means?

    "Her smile has taken me places."

    Thank you very much.
    * Not a teacher

    With no context, I would interpret it this way: her smile was so beautiful that my mind immediately started wandering (I imagined all sorts of nice places (associated with her smile, beautiful as her smile)).

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    Default Re: take me places

    Quote Originally Posted by IQU3838 View Post
    I am sorry to say that there is no context regarding to this sentence.

    I read this from a novel. In the novel, a boy, who is attracted by a girl, said this sentence to that girl. That's all.
    That is EXACTLY what "context" means.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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