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Hi!

1. Take a seat to Brown.

The sentence above, does it mean, "Take a seat where Brown is seating" ?

2. I am on to you.

Does this mean, "I have something to talk to you" ?

3. I am on.

What does this mean?

Or, is it correct sentence?

Thanks, in advance....

Pructus
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Hi,

1. Take a seat to Brown.

The sentence above, does it mean, "Take a seat where Brown is seating" ? No. Perhaps you mean 'Take a seat next to Brown'.

2. I am on to you.

Does this mean, "I have something to talk to you" ? No. It's an informal expression meaning roughly 'I understand what you are secretly trying to do'.

3. I am on.

What does this mean? It's my turn to perform.

Best wishes, Clive
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"Take a seat [in the area] where Brown is seating" ?
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