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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #83791: Idioms with TAKE
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    Idioms with TAKE

    Take after - to resemble a parent (or older relative)

    Take back - to return something

    Take care - to be careful

    Take down - to write what you are hearing

    Take for - to consider or suppose to be

    Take in - to include something

    Take off - to remove

    Take on - to hire

    Take out - to extract

    Take over - to start doing something that another person did or had responsibility for before

    Take up - to start doing something


    Fill in one of the following words in each space to complete the idiom exercise.

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    1. The roads are really icy, so take driving.

    2. Which of your parents do you take the most?

    3. Peter played hockey last week but he got injured so another player had to take for him.

    4. Alex is strong and he has a muscular body. I took him a professional athlete but he doesn't play any professional sport.

    5. The Prime Minister of Canada decided to take China on his trip to Europe.

    6. Come in! Would you like to take your raincoat ?

    7. I have to take this book to Mrs Lopez today.

    8. NASA is taking a lot of new employees for its new moon project.

    9. I have five reviews to give in by Monday. This work is going to take my entire weekend.

    10. Katy took her book from her bag, but it didn't have her name on it.

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