Phrasal Verbs with Take

Do you know what these phrasal verbs with 'take' mean?

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1. Jack took away the plates and brought us the second course.

2. Let me take you around the office.

3. He took his Christmas present back to Macy's.

4. I can't believe how easy it is to take him in!

5. He's really starting to take to Sheila.

6. I think I'll take up golf this year.

7. I'd love to take in a good movie tonight.

8. The mob wants to take Tony out!

9. She takes after her father.

10. They took apart the Dolphins last week.

11. Has he taken off work recently?

12. He'll never take what he said back.

13. I had to take Tim aside.

14. He took over the company with 400,000 shares.

15. He took Sharon out last week.

Phrasal Verbs with Take

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Excellent job on these phrasal verbs with 'take'. Remember that phrasal verbs can have multiple meanings, so you may know other meanings. You can study more phrasal verbs with this reference list to keep learning.

Phrasal Verbs with Take

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 You understand a number of phrasal verbs with 'take', but there are certainly more that you can learn. Remember that phrasal verbs are separable when they separate to take an object or inseparable when they must stay together.

He took the watch apart to repair it. = separable

The stocks took off last week. = inseparable

Phrasal Verbs with Take

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You'll need to study more phrasal verbs with 'look', but that's OK. In fact, there are thousands of phrasal verbs, so take your time! Remember that phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable. Learn how to study phrasal verbs and continue learning.

He took the watch apart to repair it. = separable

The stocks took off last week. = inseparable