Phrasal verbs with take
Put these verbs in the correct sentence, conjugated as necessary. You may want to look these words up in a dictionary, as they may have secondary meanings! (Just like in that sentence: “look up” isn’t just “turn your eyes to the sky”, it’s also “find information in a reference book”!)
Take after – Take back – Take down -Take in – Take out – Take over – Take to – Take up
- After I retired, I decided to ____ a hobby to keep me busy. My choice? Skydiving!
- The company was ____ in a hostile bid from its main competitor.
- We found Sam the dog on the street, abandoned. He was so sweet, we had to ____ him ___!
- Fran says I ___ my father, but I’ve always thought I’m more like my mother.
- Before leaving my university dorm, I had to ____ all the posters I’d hung up.
- Don’t forget to ____ the trash! The can is overflowing!
- Sally never really ____ her mother-in-law, but they were always civil.
- I ____ all the times I said I didn’t like coffee—this stuff’s great!
- Take up
- Take over
- Take in
- Take after
- Take down
- Take out
- Take to
- Take back
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