Hernandez
Do/take Hi, there If someone says in a college class WhatsApp text group “I can’t make it to class today. Can someone take notes for me?” , should I say “I can’t make it today either. I’d also like some notes, if someone could DO IT” or “... if someone could TAKE them for me” Can I use “do it” in this case or should I say “If someone could take them”? Thank you
Oct 25, 2019 12:23 PM
Answers · 5
Take them. Notes are plural. Example for do it: Some one is taking notes for you today? I wish they would do it for me as well. The ‘it’ means take notes.
October 26, 2019
Please
October 25, 2019
But in this case, which one is better? Thank you!!
October 25, 2019
Dear Hernandes, both of these instances are grammatically correct.
October 25, 2019
if someone could DO IT” or “... if someone could TAKE them for me” are both correct
October 25, 2019
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