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    #1

    to take off/to put on

    hi,

    are these sentences OK?

    "it's very hot in here. i am going to take my shirt off".

    "it's very cold in here. i am going to put my shirt on".


    thanks,
    JC

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    #2

    Re: to take off/to put on

    Both fine, jc!

    It's usual to capitalise "I" and the first letter of a sentence.

    MrP

    Not a professional ESL teacher.

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    Re: to take off/to put on

    You've got two options for each:

    I'm going to take my shirt off.
    I'm going to take off my shirt.

    I'm going to put my shirt on.
    I'm going to put on my shirt.

    regards
    edward

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    hi,

    are these sentences OK?

    "it's very hot in here. i am going to take my shirt off".

    "it's very cold in here. i am going to put my shirt on".


    thanks,
    JC

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