Take Care Of and Take Care



What is the difference between Take Care Of and Take Care?


By Ram, India - 27 Jan 2008




You usually take care of something or some. In this case, you look after a person or thing. It’s your duty to take care of your old parents. When you tell someone to take care, what you mean is that you want the person to be careful.



Tell the children to take care when they cross they busy road. Now a days lot of people uses the expression take care to mean goodbye. It is mostly used in informal contexts. Look at the time I’ve got to get going. You take care.



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