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What does 'pick someone up' mean?



 
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What does 'pick someone up' mean? #1 (permalink) Thu Dec 31, 2009 21:18 pm   What does 'pick someone up' mean?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #165 "Grammar Crunch (4)", question 10

She asked him to ......... her up at 11:00 am.

(a) picking
(b) picked
(c) pick
(d) picks

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #165 "Grammar Crunch (4)", answer 10

She asked him to pick her up at 11:00 am.

Correct answer: (c) pick

Your answer was: incorrect
She asked him to picked her up at 11:00 am.
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What does 'pick someone up' mean? #2 (permalink) Fri Jan 01, 2010 14:15 pm   What does 'pick someone up' mean?
 

In this case:

Pick someone up = go and get someone in a vehicle.
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What does 'pick someone up' mean? #3 (permalink) Wed Jun 08, 2011 18:46 pm   What does 'pick someone up' mean?
 

It is future tense. That is the time she wishes to be picked up.
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