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    I take my son go hospital?

    Hi,

    Which one is correct?

    I take my son go to the Island Hospital?
    I bring my son go to the Island Hospital?
    I fetch my son go to the Island Hospital?

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    Re: I take my son go hospital?

    Quote Originally Posted by chaiwei View Post
    Hi,

    Which one is correct?

    I take my son go to the Island Hospital?
    I bring my son go to the Island Hospital?
    I fetch my son go to the Island Hospital?
    I take my son go to the Island Hospital.

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    Re: I take my son go hospital?

    May I know why "bring" and "fetch" is not suitable?

    Normally I hear people said "I come fetch you later"

    or it should be "I come take you later" ?

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    Re: I take my son go hospital?

    Quote Originally Posted by chaiwei View Post
    May I know why "bring" and "fetch" is not suitable?

    Normally I hear people said "I come fetch you later"

    or it should be "I come take you later" ?

    For more about fetch , take and bring, CLICK HERE


    Normally I hear people said "I come fetch you later"
    Did you mean I'll come to fetch you later OR I can fetch you later?

    Why did you insert go and come in the sentences?


    I bring my son to the Island Hospital?
    I fetch my son go to the Island Hospital?
    What's your main idea here?
    Do you want to admit your son to hospital or to discharge him from it?
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    Re: I take my son go hospital?

    Normally I hear people said "I come fetch you later"
    Did you mean I'll come to fetch you later OR I can fetch you later?
    Sorry for my broken english,
    I can read, but I couldn't write or spoke. But I really hope to improve.
    So if I am using wrong grammar, please correct me.

    Actually I want to say I will come to fetch you later.

    Why did you insert go and come in the sentences?
    In which sentence I insert go and come?
    this one -> "I come fetch you later"?
    "fetch" equals to "go"?

    Do you want to admit your son to hospital or to discharge him from it?
    "admit your son to hospital" means "take your son to hospital"?

    I know it might be hard to teach someone like me, may be you can give a reference/link for me, may be about grammar. I will go and read it.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: I take my son go hospital?

    In which sentence I insert go and come?
    this one -> "I come fetch you later"?
    "fetch" equals to "go"?
    I meant these ones:
    I take my son go to the Island Hospital?
    I bring my son go to the Island Hospital?
    I fetch my son go to the Island Hospital?

    You take someone/something from/to a place ...

    Remember: Prepositions change the meaning.

    "admit your son to hospital" means "take your son to hospital"?



    I know it might be hard to teach someone like me, may be you can give a reference/link for me, may be about grammar. I will go and read it.
    Do not worry! We're here to help each other.
    Here is a good website.

    I hope I helped you

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