Say, my wife has to run some errands in the morning, and I have to announce at my work that I will be missing for some time.
Are both correct?
- I have to babysit in the morning.
- I have to watch my kids in the morning.
It looks like Oxford Learner's Dictionary states that only 2 fits for the case. But a colleague of mine said that he often hears the first variant as well. Maybe because at work we have lots of people from all over the world, and it's a common mistake for non native English speakers?