[Grammar] Take something for somebody to do something else.

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Mr.Lucky_One

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I'd like to know whether the construction from the title is correct.
May I say "It takes an hour for me to get to job." instead of "It takes me an hour to get to job."?
 

Rover_KE

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I'd say 'It takes me an hour to get to work.'
 

Barb_D

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Or "My commute is an hour [long]."
 
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