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Phrasal verbs with `take´

Here are some example of phrasal verbs using take: Take-off The aeroplane takes off at midday. Take in I took in the dishes because it was raining outside. Take out I will take out the dog for a walk. Take away I´m going to take the toys away from the baby. Take up I took up her offer of the job in Moncloa. Now test yourself! http://esl.about.com/library/quiz/blphrasaltake1.htm

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