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Which one is correct? And if both are correct, then what is the difference between them?

"Peter, can I take a taxi to ......... ?"
a) the school
b) school


Hello Hame,

Both are correct.  Use the article "the" to refer to a specific school.  So if Peter is asking if he can take a taxi to a particular school rather any any school, then the article would be used.

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