One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The smile refusing to leave my face, I obediently led my friend into the living room, where the two of us stepped over the discarded scouting reports and each took a chair.’
- ‘She took a chair beside a disheveled looking woman who was most likely a writer and waited patiently for someone important to arrive.’
- ‘Each of them took a chair after setting their books down at the table.’
- ‘He then took a chair at the back of the room, as did my mother, and all of a sudden I was unsure of what I was meant to do or say.’
- ‘Nezbek walked into the main room and took a chair.’
- ‘Sean sat in a chair in the corner of the plain room and the girls each took a chair opposite him.’
- ‘He took a chair, and watched her warily through wire-framed glasses.’
- ‘Isis then stepped down from the platform and took a chair near it, where she could still see the whole Council but she was no longer the center of attention.’
- ‘Yoli came in after a bit and took a chair and introductions were made.’
- ‘Jude followed Jamie into the board room of Mason Enterprises and took a chair near the back of the room.’
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