Phrasal verbs are always a challenge so here is a quick exercise to practice a few. This time, we’re looking at phrasal verbs with the verb take.
Allow someone to stay with you - usually if they are in trouble.
To understand. Absorb information.
To resemble. Normally refers to similarities between family members.
To obtain a policy or loan.
To assume responsibilities,
To confront an opponent or assume difficult responsibilities.
To deprive, remove.
To learn information.
To begin a hobby or activity.
To remove clothing.
To become popular.
Let’s practice some phrasal verbs | WARNING this is difficult
An interactive game to practice some difficult phrasal verbs. This time, we’ve grouped some together that include the particle “up”.
A quick interactive game to help you practice some difficult phrasal verbs. This time with TAKE.
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