check / take

  1. We‘ll be allowed to check two suitcases on the flight.
  2. We‘ll be allowed to take two suitcases inside the flight.
    Are these sentences OK?
    Do they mean the same?

Beeesneees,
Could you please clear my query?
Thanks.

Only 1 is correct, and even then you should use ‘onto’ not ‘on’ in this scenario.

Beeesneees,
How can I correct “We‘ll be allowed to take two suitcases inside the flight.” to give
meaning -“We‘ll be allowed to check two suitcases onto the flight.”?
Please help.

We’ll be allowed to take two suitcase onto the flight.

I think ‘clear my query’ is Indian English. Native speakers understand it but they would never say it.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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Torsten,
Please explain how the native English say it.
Thanks.

For example, ‘can you answer my question please?’

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Torsten,

  1. Can you answer my question please?
  2. Could you answer my question please?
    Are they acceptable?

Yes[YSaerTTEW443543]

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