25 Oct 2020

  • Spanish (Mexico) Near fluent
  • English (US)
Question about English (US)

Is the same saying fetch me and fetch
To clarify:
Go to the kitchen and fetch me a knife/fetch a knife for me.
Go to the kitchen and fetch/get a knife.
I think that you can omit the indirect object, right?
Also, I think that with take, bring and fetch. The structure to refer to the indirect object is different because you can say: Give it to ur mother. But with taking (for example) u say: I take him today's newspaper, rather than saying I take today's newspaper to him. Have u any idea why this structure?

Read more comments

  • English (US)

  • Spanish (Mexico) Near fluent
[News] Hey you! The one learning a language!

Share this question
Similar questions
Newest Questions
Topic Questions
Recommended Questions