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I was forced to go to Africa alone without any friends, relatives, etc. So at the outset, I was little unhappy about it. But now I have taken up with the Africa people. Really, I am happy now.
Is this expression correct at least as to grammar?
Please help me.
Last edited by user_gary; 12-Aug-2007 at 15:59.
Thank you Harry
From the Cambridge dictionary
take up with somebody = to become friendly or start a relationship with someone, especially someone who might have a bad influence on you: