Which usage is correct/formal with clothes?
I took my shirt off.
I took off my shirt.
I've seen both of these usage. Is there any difference?
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Both sentences are grammatical. I don't really distinguish between the two forms, but take off your shirt might be slightly more casual.
Using Google Ngram Viewer, I confirmed my suspicion that I took off my shirt is the more popular form. In general, I think take off is more common.