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  1. matilda
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    Talking 104-have v.s take a seat

    Hello all

    Does it make any difference if we ask someone to (have a seat) or (take a seat)? Plz tell me if there is any difference in meaning and the place each of them can be used.

    Thanks all

    Matilda


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    Re: 104-have v.s take a seat

    for me, there's no difference in meaning between the two...same situation with have a shower and take a shower...have a shower is commonly used by English ( British ) and take a shower is commonly used by Americans..that's what I know...I once read it.

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    Re: 104-have v.s take a seat

    As Applejoy says, there's no real difference, but if I were giving an order, I think I'd probably use 'take'.
    Last edited by Tdol; 02-Jan-2007 at 07:13.

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