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Hello.

If a baby needs to have changed its diaper, is it very normal to use the phrase 'take him/her' as in 'Will you take him/her?' to mean 'Will you go out to the bathroom and change his/her diaper?'?

Thanks in advance.

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anonymousIf a baby needs to have changed its diaper changed, ...

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anonymousit very normal to use the phrase 'take him/her'

Yes. It goes like this.

The baby needs his/her diaper changed. Can you take him/her?

The speaker assumes the listener already knows where to go and what to do in order to accomplish this.

CJ

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anonymoushim/her

While this is possible, it's wordy. Using them would be enough.

anonymousWill you take him/her?'

This is unfamiliar. It would be simpler and more common to ask someone if they would change the baby.