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    bring/take

    Is it correct to say : I'll bring you to the hospital or I'll take you to the hospital?

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    Re: bring/take

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Is it correct to say : I'll bring you to the hospital or I'll take you to the hospital?
    It depends where you are in relation to the other person, whom I'll call OP.

    1) If you are at the hospital and OP rings you from his home, you'd say 'I'll bring you to the hospital'.

    2) If you are both at home and OP needs urgent medical treatment, you'd say 'I'll take you to (the) hospital'.

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    Last edited by Rover_KE; 04-Mar-2012 at 09:36.

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