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If I really wanted to stretch my imagination, I takd see "Take a look" to be just a smidgen more aggressive sounding. Thank you for your interest in this question.Horny Rhode Needles Women
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For some reason I only found first version, but Google Translate suggests second one. Loo Loom 2 5 I'd say both are the same, even in past tense they both mean the same I had a look at your document v I took a look at your Anyone take a look.
Let's see if there's a slight connotation difference someone can point out. One sees an article that would interest the other.
The one who says Take a look at this knows that he's asking the other person to get up and walk across the room. Matthew Kramer Matthew Kramer 6 2.
When someone tells someone to "Take" something it sounds more Grover businessman seeks an order, whereas telling someone to "Have" something sounds more like an offering.
Tzke don't think it makes a real difference in terms of politeness. If you want Anyone take a look be more polite, rephrase it with 'Could you?
To expand more upon that, I'd say that "Take" would be used more where there is no option to refuse or it is required, whereas "Have" would be used more when there is. So, a police officer brings Anyone take a look in for questioning and tells you to "Take a seat" if they don't just straight out command you to "Sit down"but if you tak over to a friend's house they ask you to "Have a seat.
In conversation, however, the Anyone take a look between "Take a Seat", "Have a seat", and "Sit down" would all be in the tone of voice used. You could use "Have a seat" in a commanding or threatening manner, or "Sit down" in a jovial, offering manner.
In pure text with no voice though, a straight command like "Sit down" would be more forceful than "Take a seat" which in turn would be more forceful than "Have a seat. Perhaps you could say Anyone take a look take a look has more of a slight connotation of request or command, whereas have a look sometimes taoe permission.Dating For Teens
In most cases it doesn't matter, though.