Using TAKE in English

Using Take in English, Definition and Examples
GET THE WORD OF THE DAY – TAKE; Using, Definition and Example Sentences.

Using Take;

to remove something, especially without permission

  • Is anything taken from that store?
  • I apologize to you. This is your toy. I took it on the table while you were talking to Alice.
  • Now, tell me- Who took my phone?




to move something or someone from one place to another

  • I am taking dishes from the sink.
  • Don’t forget to take your hat when you go out.
  • I took my daugter to the school.
to accept or have

  • Do you take any sugar in your tea?
  • This suitcase can take a maximum of 6 kilos of goods.
  • Do you want to take a bath?
  • The event was not as I thought so I took a deep breath.




to move in order to hold something in the hand(s)

  • You can take my pen.
  • Please, take these cakes whichever you want.
  • He took my hands and He told me that he love me.
to go somewhere with someone often paying for that person or being responsible for them

  • He took me back home.
  • Will you take me to there?
  • The teacher want to take her students to the zoo.
to travel somewhere by using a particular form of transport or a particular vehicle, route, etc.

  • The bus will take you to the center of the city.
  • I will take the 12:00 flight to England tomorrow.

 

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