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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    take as granted or take for granted?

    hi. I need to know the difference between the above two. cheers M

  2. oregeezer's Avatar
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    Re: take as granted or take for granted?

    "take for granted" is a common expression used by native speakers. In my 70 years as anative speaker I have never heard the other.

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