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    Drop you by

    Hey Guys,
    I am in help again.

    Can anyone please tell me whether the below sentence is the correct way of saying or not?

    I will drop you by to your place.

    OR

    I will drop you by at your place.

    Also, will it be "drop you by" or just "drop by" or just "drop you"?

    Thanx in advance!

    Regards,

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    Re: Drop you by

    I'll drop by your place - I will call at your home/place of work.

    I'll drop you off at your place - I will stop my car at your place so that you can get out.

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    Re: Drop you by

    Thank You! :)

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