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the answer should be OFF because the others sound bad
i am agree with u
Are you taking something FROM him or are you taking his boots/shirt/handcuffs OFF OF him?
I think take it from him. it's right.
DUH!! u nuts ?? cant be "off" ===> Take it OFF him ?? nuh ah!!
Could be one of the 2 last possibilities:
Take it OFF OF him.
Take it FROM him.
I think the corect answer is >>> from
I take it from him.
I think that if you use "from" he is willing to give it to you. If you use "off" you are forcibly taking it from him, but then again, i just used from :s
Lucky i picked from...
1: take it off his shoulders (a backpack)
2: take it from him (a thing he´s giving you)