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    It takes

    What's the correct way to use IT TAKES in questions, for example??

    how long does it take to get to SP? or


    how long it takes to get there?

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    Re: It takes

    Hello ElisaCazorla


    • How long does it take?
    • It takes 2 hours.

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    Re: It takes

    Quote Originally Posted by ElisaCazorla View Post
    What's the correct way to use IT TAKES in questions, for example??

    how long does it take to get to SP? or


    how long it takes to get there?
    Question: How long does it take to reach SP?
    Statement: I am going to SP.
    Question: How long does it take to get there?

    I think these are correct..

    What do you say Soup?

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