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what does “would you take you much time to do sth” mean? " take your time to do " or "could you spend much of your time to do "
Nov 9, 2016 7:58 AM
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"Take your time" is a common friendly imperative. It means that you can relax, and you should not stress. The sentence in your question does not make sense. You might have meant: "Would it take you much time to ..... e.g. fly to Canada?" The answer could be: "I don't know - it could take a very long time. I would have to check some flight timetables."
November 9, 2016
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