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    #1

    Drop or leave

    Hi guys,If a person takes his son to school daily on foot not by any vehicle, then what we have to say"He comes back after droping his son at school"?

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    Re: Drop or leave

    I would say "walking his son to school". For me, "dropping" implies a vehicle.

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    Re: Drop or leave

    People, not many, walk their children to school in the UK too.

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