Phrasal Verbs Exercises By Verb: Take

For each space in each sentence, use the verb Take (in the correct tense) with one of the prepositions from the box. Sometimes you need to put the object/pronoun between the main verb and the preposition - in these cases, the object/pronoun can be found in the brackets.


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1. Don't be if I start talking in my sleep. I've done it since I was a small child and the doctors say it's harmless.

2. If you don't what you said to my wife, I will have to sack you. She was hugely offended.

3. I was busy my father and making everyone laugh when he entered the room. I didn't see him and continued my impersonation. So embarrassing!

4. The car didn't stop at the scene of the accident but fortunately, someone managed to the number and the police are looking for the vehicle now.

5. If you tennis, you will feel healthier and get to meet new people too.

6. The old woman was by the tricksters who said they were there to check for a gas leak, but then stole the woman's silver collection.

7. They agreed to (me) only if I agreed to a short-term contract till Christmas.

8. Microsoft really as a company when they developed the Windows software.

9. It seemed unfair that my father would return home from work exhausted and (it) on us poor children. That's what I remember most from my childhood.

10. They look very alike but they also each other so it's even harder to tell them apart.

11. Do you want me to (you) the procedure again so that you can do it on your own next time.

12. I (you) a generous, kind-hearted person, but now I see I was sadly mistaken.

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