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    Ask sb out VS. ask sb on a date

    I have a doubt about "ask sb on a date" (as in: "Did you really ask her on a date!?" Meaning: "Did you really ask her out (on a date)!?"). Is it correct? I really think I've herd it before but I'm just not sure about it.
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    Re: Ask sb out VS. ask sb on a date

    Quote Originally Posted by soarec View Post
    I have a doubt about "ask somebody on a date" (as in: "Did you really ask her on a date!?" Meaning: "Did you really ask her out (on a date)!?"). Is it correct? I really think I've heard it before but I'm just not sure about it.
    Thanks!!
    It's OK.

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