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    take taxi or take a taxi?

    Take taxi?

    or

    Take a taxi?


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    Re: take taxi or take a taxi?

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    Take taxi?

    or

    Take a taxi?

    If you take the time to reason this out you should see that "a" is required here. You can only take one taxi at a time. "a" refers to one thing - "I want a car" = I want one car.

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