Taken cared / taken care of?

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Anonymous:
I'd lean more towards "taken care of", but can the both of them be used correctly in sentences?
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Taken care of is ok but taken cared of is not.
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Anonymous:
But is it correct to say " it's been taken cared."?
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But is it correct to say " it's been taken cared."?


No, that is not correct. It's beeen taken care of.
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Anonymous:
How about... "to have her problems taken cared of?"

"have" and "has" paired of with "cared" right?
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How about... "to have her problems taken cared of?" -- No. 'care'.
"have" and "has" paired of with "cared" right? -- No. 'Have/has taken'.
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Anonymous:
Is correct to use, "is taken care of by now" or "is taken cared of now?"
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Is correct to use, " taken care of by now" or " taken cared of now?"
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Hey, anon. A little test:

Which one is correct?

a) take care of
b) take cared of

I am anxiously waiting for your answer. Emotion: smile
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