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  1. Reggie
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    "I'd take it that..."

    Is the phrase correct? I want to use it with the meaning "I assume that...", as in here:
    "I take it that you already know the rules, so I'll just go over the general points."

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    Re: "I'd take it that..."

    Quote Originally Posted by Reggie View Post
    Is the phrase correct? I want to use it with the meaning "I assume that...", as in here:
    "I take it that you already know the rules, so I'll just go over the general points."
    "I take it that you already know the rules, so I'll just go over the general points."

    Yes, this is fine.

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