LS Refresher 38: Phrasal Verbs With Take

To learn more about the different uses of the phrasal verbs with ‘take’, check this post.

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ECEnglish gave us the definition of the following phrasal verbs:

  • Take up – to begin or start a new hobby.
  • Take (something) in – to understand or comprehend something.
  • Take (somebody) in – to let somebody stay in your house
  • Take after – to have a similar character or personality to a family member.
  • Take on– to employ someone or to be employed.

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