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Are these sentences OK? Something is lost and they're asking me where it is. I don't know who took it. I didn't see who took it. I don't know who got it. or I don't know who's got it. I didn't see who got it. or I didn't see who's got it.
Feb 13, 2012 5:28 PM
Answers · 2
Took will imply that the person has done something without informing the correct person. If that is what happened, use it. If they have every wright to have it, please use "has" (as suggested by Kevin), in order to be courteous. Thanks.
February 13, 2012
I don't know who took it. I didn't see who took it. I don't know who's got it = I don't know who has it I didn't see who's got it = I didn't see who has it. You could use the four out of six of yours. You could also use the two of mine to replace the last two if you wanted something a little more correct sounding or formal.
February 13, 2012
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