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    a question

    hi,

    Can you help me out with this question, please?


    what's the difference between thest two sentences below?

    1. I want you to take a second and think about it
    2. I want you to take a second to think about it


    thank you !

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    There is not necessarily any difference between the two sentences. (Having some context might help.)

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    Re: a question

    Quote Originally Posted by billy
    hi,

    Can you help me out with this question, please?


    what's the difference between thest two sentences below?

    1. I want you to take a second and think about it
    2. I want you to take a second to think about it


    thank you !
    They have the same meaning. I prefer #2. They are not two separate acts. The second is for the thinking. :wink:

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    thank you !

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