Salim Karami
Take it through to... I was watching a piece of video clip about pizza. I came across this structure:... Cut the pizza, and take it through to your guests... My question is this: does 'through' collocate with 'take' in this context? Is it frequently used in English?
Jul 10, 2015 5:48 PM
Answers · 2
More common would be "take it out to your guests". In order to use "through", you'd have to go "through" something, as in "take it through the doorway to your guests"
July 10, 2015
Is this clip available on the web so that I can hear it in context? By itself, this sentence doesn't make sense. Perhaps if you can include the context then I can decipher the meaning. New and slangy idiomatic expressions are often created in advertising, particularly on TV. This may be the thing here.
July 10, 2015
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Salim Karami
Language Skills
Arabic (Egyptian), Azeri, English, Persian (Farsi), Spanish, Turkish
Learning Language
Azeri, Spanish, Turkish