I hear people using this sentence every time but my teacher said you cannot send somebody somewhere. You can send a letter but not a person. When I checked the dictionary, it says one can send a child to school. What word do you use to say you take your child to school or drive him to school or walk with him to school everyday.
Thank you in advance.
Dear Mr Baisahab
Thank you for your reply.
Can I also use the word drop off instead of sending?
"I drop off my son at school every day." Does it give the meaning that I am driving him to school every day or that I am just accompanying him.
Is it correct to say
1) I fetch him from school every day.
2) I pick him up from school every day.
All comments are welcome.