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    took my grandparents

    I took my grandparents to airport as she was going to hometown London.

    Is this sentence correct?

    Moreover, Does this sentence mean I myself has also gone with my grandparents?

    Or it means, "I have gone only till airport"

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    Re: took my grandparents

    Disclaimer: I'm not a teacher.

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    I took my grandparents to (the) airport as (they were leaving for their hometown in London.)she was going to hometown London.

    Is this sentence correct?

    Moreover, Does this sentence mean I myself has also gone with my grandparents? (No. IMO, You just took them there.)

    Or it means, "I have gone only till airport"

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