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    Difference in meaning of sentences

    Can I bring a friend to your party next week?

    Can I take a friend to your party next week?

    Do the sentences have the same meaning?

    Many thanks.


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    Re: Difference in meaning of sentences

    No difference.

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    Re: Difference in meaning of sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    Can I bring a friend to your party next week?

    Can I take a friend to your party next week?

    Do the sentences have the same meaning?

    Many thanks.
    In both sentences you are asking if a friend can come with you to the party.

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