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    Meaning of '[fetch'

    If I drive from home to my son's school to pick him up and drive him home, I can say "I fetch my son home." Correct me if I am wrong.

    If I leave my office to pick up my son and go home with him in my car, can I say "I fetch my son home"?

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    Re: Meaning of '[fetch'

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    If I drive from home to my son's school to pick him up and drive him home, I can say "I fetch my son home." Correct me if I am wrong.

    If I leave my office to pick up my son and go home with him in my car, can I say "I fetch my son home"?

    Thanks.
    You can fetch your son from school, but you bring/take him home.

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