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    What is the meaning of put on and put off in this context?
    Every morning I put on my book, and Every morning I put off my book.
    Every morning I take on my book and Every morning I take off my book.

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    Re: phrasal verb

    I don't know how you can either put on or take off a book. Are you sure that's the right phrase?


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