In this study guide, we will teach you 16 common phrasal verbs with ‘take’. Learn their many meanings, explore real native examples of phrasal verbs in context, and try our exercises at the end to test your understanding. You can even save a pdf copy of this guide to use later. Ready? Let’s take a look!
Take something back
Take something down
To believe something about somebody, often wrongly
You took me for an idiot.
She looks very mature so I took her for much older than 14.
Take somebody in
Take something on
Take something out
Take something over
Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sentences below:
Fill in the gaps with an appropriate ‘take’ phrasal verb:
Match the phrasal verbs 1-5 with their correct meanings a-e:
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In this study guide, we will teach you 21 common phrasal verbs with ‘put’. Learn their many meanings, explore real native examples in context, and try our final quiz to test your understanding. You can also save a copy of this great guide to use later. Ready? Let’s take a look! Continue reading