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持っていく, 持って行く, 持ってゆく, もっていく, もってゆく

  • motteiku,motteyuku


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb - Iku/Yuku special class

  • to take
  • to carry (something) away

Examples of 持っていく,持って行く,持ってゆく,もっていく,もってゆく in a Sentence

Take it to the men in Room 318.
You do not have to take your umbrella with you.
You needn't have taken an umbrella with you.
He never travels without taking an alarm clock with him.
I take an umbrella with me when I go out.
Take this prescription to your pharmacy.
He carries his umbrella about with him every day.
You may take anything you like.
Two of my books have been taken.
Each of them carried their own pack.

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