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Phrasal verbs with “take” (6)

Phrasal verbs take up  take up (start doing a job or activity): He will take up his post as CEO next week. take up (fill or occupy an amount of space or time): These video files take up a lot of disk space. – Computer games take up too much …

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Phrasal verbs with “take” (5)

Phrasal verbs take out take on (accept work or responsibility): Don’t take on more than you can handle. take on (hire, employ): Our company is not taking on any new staff this year. take on (fight, compete against): This evening Barcelona will take on Milan at home. take out (remove …

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Phrasal verbs with call (1)

Phrasal verbs call 1 call after (shout after someone as they are moving away): I called after you, but you didn’t hear me. call around (phone many different places or people): I called around to many hospitals to locate him. c- around (invite someone for a visit): I want to …

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Phrasal verbs with break (3)

Phrasal verbs break 31  2  3  4 break even (earns just enough money to pay for its costs):After years of losing money our business is starting to break even. break free (escape from): She finally managed to break free from her attacker.   b. free (get rid of): John is …

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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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