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    I would like to ask about "take sth into consideration".

    Hi, teachers.
    I saw the sentence below.
    I saw the expression 'take something into consideration" many times, but
    is 'take into consideration something' fine?

    Can you please look at the sentence? Is that right?

    Thank you.

    When planning special events for grade school students, the museumís staff takes into consideration the age, educational level and interests of young children.

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    Re: I would like to ask about "take sth into consideration".

    Your sentence is fine.

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