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    #1

    I'm here to take the photos

    My friend told me "I'll give you the photos when you came to my office".
    I went to her office and told her "I'm here to take the photos".
    she was kidding me saying "which part of the office are you going to take photos of?".
    I undrestand the meaning of "to take photos" as "to take photos of the office by a camera". How can I reword "I'm here to take the photos" to show my real request which is to take the existing photos?

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    Re: I'm here to take the photos

    My friend told me "I'll give you the photos when you come to my office".

    I went to her office and told her "I'm here to pick up the photos".



    --lotus

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