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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124415: Phrasal verb (Take + preposition)
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    Phrasal verb (Take + preposition)


     

    1 - Remove something and displace it.

    2 - Remove something that a person hadn't got for a period of time.

    3 - Substract something.

    4 - Leave a memory or impression in someone's  mind.

    5 - Force someone leave a place and go somewhere else.

    6 - Prevent someone from being somewhere.

    7 -Make something seem not interesting or good.

    8- Regard as.

    9 - Consider mistakenly.

    10– Defraud, loot.

     

    Please fill in the blanks with the proper prepositions.

     



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    1. Daisy took our plates and came back with some food for us.

    2. My teacher took my cell phone until the end of the class.

    3. If I have five oranges and you take two , how many do I have left?

    4. I took the impression that the plan was under-rehearsed.

    5. The boss took his employee for questioning.

    6. John's job took him from home most weekends.

    7. The rain couldn't take the excitement of the northern beach.

    8. Does Jennifer take me a crazy person?

    9. I took someone in King street my old friend.

    10. Katy was angry that George betrayed her and took his book one dollar.









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