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    #1

    take on me / take me on

    the question caused by A-ha lyrics:

    Take on me
    Take me on
    I'll be gone
    in a day or two

    Is the meaning of the first two lines the same here?

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    #2

    Re: take on me / take me on

    hehe I love that song - from my time! I want to say this group wasn't made up of native English speakers either...

    Take on me
    Take me on

    In this case they both mean the same thing. You can take on something - like a project, problem, or situation. You can even use it in a fight or confrontation. Or you can also use it in mentor/apprentice or student/teacher roles.


    I'll be gone
    in a day or two

    Is the meaning of the first two lines the same here?

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