LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||03/DEZ/2007 4:10 PM|
|Assunto:||Take+obj+with+one+home vs. take+obj+home+with+one|
A. "X, you can take it with you home."
B. "X, you can take it home with you."
1. Can the resident grammar mavens tell me in what both structures above differ from each other?
2. Would the shorter form "X, you can take it home" by itself suffice?
3. I also noticed the structure with along as in "X, you can take it along with you home." Would you see it as an alternate as well?
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