Phrasal verbs are ‘multi-word verbs’ in which one word is a verb while the other may be a preposition or adverb. And, today in this lesson, we are going to see 10 phrasal verbs starting with the verb TAKE. Make sure to learn to improve your English Speaking.

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Phrasal verbs with TAKE

Given below is the list of 8 Phrasal Verbs with Take:

1. Take after

Meaning: Resemble; (Note: It is used for people)

Example: Both my sister and I take after my father.

2. Take/bring back

Meaning: Return

Example: This book is due tomorrow, I guess I should take it back to the library.

3. Take care of

Meaning: Provide care for; watch one’s health

Example: You have been working too hard lately. You’d better take care of yourself.

4. Take care of

Meaning: Make arrangements (for something to happen); take responsibility for

Example: Will you take care of making reservations for our flight to London.

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5. Take off

Meaning: Remove (something you are wearing)

Example: Please take your hat off when you go inside a building.

6. Take off

Meaning: Leave; depart (often suddenly or quickly)

Example: When does your plane take off?

7. Take off

Meaning: Make arrangements to be absent from work

Example: Susan is not here today. She is taking today and tomorrow off.

8. Take up

Meaning: Begin ( a hobby or leisure-time activity)

Example: I’ve never been skiing, but I think I’d like to take it up.

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