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    Take kindly to it

    He didn't take kindly to it.
    He didn't take it kindly.

    Are they both correct ?
    Do they mean exactly the same thing ? (I don't think so...)

    FRC

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    Re: Take kindly to it

    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    He didn't take kindly to it.
    He didn't take it kindly.

    Are they both correct ?
    Do they mean exactly the same thing ? (I don't think so...)

    FRC
    Agreed. :D To me, FRC, there a definite affect and accept difference. :D

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