In Britain we normally "have" a shower, rather than "take". Back to top ... It is
correct to say either, "I will take a shower now?" (noun) or "I will ...
Jun 15, 2007 ... Take a shower and take a bath is the same thing? thanks.
(UK, Australia): I′m going to take a shower. (especially US). A quantity of
something that has characteristics of a rain shower. a shower of sparks; a meteor
May 30, 2007 ... I thought 'Take a shower/bath' was American English, and 'Have a shower/bath'
was British English, although the former is creeping into BrE.
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Sorry, I take a shower every morning. Every singular countable common noun
requires a determiner-- an article (a/the shower), and demonstrative (this/that ...
May I take a shower? (CK); [S] · [T] I just took a shower. (CK) ... I didn't take a
shower. (AlanF_US) ... Tom wanted to take a shower. (CK); [S] · [T] I guess I could
... have a shower (especially North American English) to take a shower shower
gel ... showers We were caught in a heavy shower. snow showers wintry showers
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Take-a-Shower You probably take a shower almost every day ...
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