A phrasal verb (also known as multi-word verb) is typically made up of a main verb together with a preposition. Phrasal verbs are widely used in both written and spoken English, making them important to know.
Though there are phrasal verbs whose meanings are obvious – for example, fall down – others are almost like idiomatic expressions which can’t be literally translated based on the meaning of individual words. This is not to mention that a particular phrasal verb might have more than one meaning, but you might sometimes find it useful to deduce its meaning from the context.
In this very first post of phrasal verbs series, I’d like to share commonly used phrasal verbs with ‘take’, followed by explanations and examples.
Happy learning and feel free to let me know your thoughts!
16 English phrasal verbs with Take https://onlineteachersuk.com/phrasal-verbs-take/
18 phrasal verbs with “Take” https://www.espressoenglish.net/18-phrasal-verbs-with-take/
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, Oxford University Press
Phrasal verb ‘Take’ https://www.usingenglish.com/reference/phrasal-verbs/take.html