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  1. #1
    Unregistered Lina Guest

    Smile a ride

    Hello

    I'd like you help me with the following phrase.

    #1 Would you give me a ride in your car?

    Does "give me a ride in ~" sound natural?
    Are there some ways of this expression?

    Thank you.

  2. #2
    Natalie27 Guest

    Re: a ride

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered Lina
    Hello

    I'd like you help me with the following phrase.

    #1 Would you give me a ride in your car?

    Does "give me a ride in ~" sound natural?
    Are there some ways of this expression?

    Thank you.
    It sounds OK to me! You can simply say "Can you give me a ride?" unless you need to specify whose car exactly you have in mind.

    Another phrase to use:
    Can you give me a lift?
    Can you hitch me a ride? (sl)


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