It's party time for Ashlie and Stephen - but which costumes to choose?

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Hello Vu Dang Dinh,

'take a look' and 'have a look' both mean 'look'. Normally, the preposition 'at' is used before the person or object that is being looked at. 

By the way, there are many similar expressions using 'have' and 'take', which you can learn more about on our delexical verbs page. You can also often find them in the dictionary.

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Thank you so much. I got it.

Im falling in love with Ashley and her beautiful accent.

ıt was very funny and ı wonder the hollowen :) maybe anyone invite to me :)

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