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    "Get it up" or "Take it up". Which one is correct?

    Something on the floor, I want to get it up or take it up...
    Which one is better in this sentence?

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    Re: "Get it up" or "Take it up". Which one is correct?

    <<I am not a teacher>>

    Well.. I would say " Pick it up ".

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