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Is it grammaticaly correct: "I want you here"? or should it be said: "I want you to be here"
Feb 17, 2011 8:59 PM
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I want you + directional particle Remember "here" has two meanings: 1. Place I am here. I'm standing here. 2. Direction. Come here. Move it here. I want you here. = direction here Likewise: I want you there. I want that table in the corner. I want you off the roof! I want you all out of here!
February 18, 2011
"I want you here" is perfectly correct: subject-verb-object-location.
February 17, 2011
Both are correct.
February 17, 2011
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