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    take up vs take to doing sth

    What's the difference between these two units?

    He has recently taken up studing French.

    or

    He has recently taken to studying French.

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    #2

    Re: take up vs take to doing sth

    1. He has recently taken up studying French. <started>
    2. He has recently taken to studying French. <likes>


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    Re: take up vs take to doing sth

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    1. He has recently taken up studying French. <started>
    2. He has recently taken to studying French. <likes>
    Thanks Soup. Good to see you.

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