Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sentences below:
- Will you take on/take out/take up the trash?
- You take after/ take in/ take to your mother! You have the same hair and eyes.
- Are you going to take to/take up/take her out this weekend for dinner?
- I didn’t like the shoes I bought so I took them back/ took them apart/ took them in to the shop.
- I love this dress but it’s a bit big, I think I should get it taken in/taken away/taken back at the waist.
Fill in the gaps with an appropriate ‘take’ phrasal verb:
- She’s _______________ dancing, she goes once a week.
- I know you’ve had a bad day but don’t __________ on me.
- Do you want this food to eat in or _________?
- Let me get a pen so I can ____________ your details.
- How many refugees did the UK _______ this year?
Match the phrasal verbs 1-5 with their correct meanings a-e:
- Take aback
- Take it upon oneself
- Take off
- Take for
- Take after
- To believe something about somebody, often wrongly
- To become successful or popular very suddenly
- To surprise or shock someone
- To be similar to someone in appearance or character, especially a family member
- To accept responsibility for something
- take out
- take after
- take her out
- took them back
- taken in
- taken up
- take it out
- take away
- take down
- take in