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Phrasal verbs with “take” (4)

Phrasal verbs take off  (remove something you are wearing): Take off your coat please.  (leave the ground): The plane will take off anytime soon. (start being successful or popular): My career took off when I began working in tourism.  (spend a particular amount of time away from work): I will …

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Phrasal verbs with “take” (3)

Phrasal verbs take in  Some families take in foreign students. I could hardly take in what the instructor said. This price takes in the cost of all accommodation and food. Let’s take in a movie while we are in town.  (take your car to a workshop): Let’s take the car …

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Phrasal verbs with break (2)

Phrasal verbs break 2  break away (separate): He decided to break away from the band and form his own group. break away (leave or escape from): Although he held her tight, but she managed to break away. (stop working): My car broke down and I had to push it off …

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Phrasal verbs with break (1)

phrasal verbs break 1  He decided to break away from the band and form his own group. Although he held her tight, but she managed to break away. My car broke down and I had to push it off the road. Talks with management broke down completely. Ruby just broke down …

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Phrasal verbs with “take” (2)

Phrasal verbs take 2  That piece of music really takes me back 20 years from now. Take down that poster and put up the map of the world. Let me help you to take down the tent. We should in fact take down every word of his speech. He looks so …

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