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    #1

    see you home? walk you home?

    Which should I use when I want to say that I'll escort my gf?

    I'll walk you home.
    I'll see you home.

    and what kind of expression are there for this case?

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    #2

    Re: see you home? walk you home?

    They're both fine. The second could be used for other means of transport as well.


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    Re: see you home? walk you home?

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    They're both fine. The second could be used for other means of transport as well.
    I'm sorry but what do you mean by "other means of transport"? What kind of situation is that?

    Thank you so much for your help.

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    Re: see you home? walk you home?

    You could drive her or take her on the underground, bus etc, and still 'see her home'.


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    Re: see you home? walk you home?

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    You could drive her or take her on the underground, bus etc, and still 'see her home'.
    Now I totally understood. Thanks a lot! :)

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