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Sarah
any difference between care for/about or take care of? take care of someone's feeling? or care fro someone's feeling? waht's the difference?
Jun 15, 2015 2:38 AM
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Yes, there is. It depends on the context or what the person really wants to say. Sometimes it also applies as a synonym but sometime it doesn't. There is no perfect way to explain it without examples so I'll try my best: 1: Kind of different meanings - I care for that project (it's really important for you) - I take care of that project (you take it over) - I care about that project (you worry about it) 2: Similar meanings - I will care for my brother during the day (same as take care of) - I take care of my brother during the day (same as care for) - I will care about my brother today (similar but like you will pay attention to him) There will probably be more better examples. I hope this helped you a little
June 15, 2015
Sarah
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Spanish
Learning Language
English, Spanish