Learn useful collocations with TAKE in English.
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- 1 Take (sb) to court
- 2 Take (sb’s) temperature
- 3 Take a bite
- 4 Take a bow
- 5 Take a break
- 6 Take a call
- 7 Take a chance
- 8 Take a class
- 9 Take a decision (make)
- 10 Take a holiday
- 11 Take a lesson
- 12 Take a look
- 13 Take a message
- 14 Take a nap
- 15 Take a number
- 16 Take a photo/ a photograph
- 17 Take a picture
- 18 Take a rest
- 19 Take a risk
- 20 Take a seat
- 21 Take a shower (have)
- 22 Take a step
- 23 Take a taxi/bus/train/plane
- 24 Take a test
- 25 Take a while/ a minute/ five minutes
- 26 Take action
- 27 Take advantage (of)
- 28 Take advice
- 29 Take ages
- 30 Take an exam/ a test/ a course
- 31 Take care of
- 32 Take charge (of)
- 33 Take drugs
- 34 Take exercise
- 35 Take medicine
- 36 Take notes
- 37 Take notice
- 38 Take part
- 39 Take place
- 40 Take pride in
- 41 Take somebody’s place
- 42 Take someone’s temperature
- 43 Take time
- 44 Take turns
- 45 Take up space
- 46 Take your time
Take (sb) to court
- I will take you to court if you persist in pestering my client.
Take (sb’s) temperature
- We take temperature readings every two hours.
Take a bite
- I make up a soft taco and take a bite.
Take a bow
- During the show, I could barely take a bow.
Take a break
- I wanted to take a break and work on some things.
Take a call
- Apologies for the delay, I had to take a call.
Take a chance
- We will take a chance to have the party outdoor.
Take a class
- You could just walk in, sit down and take a class.
Take a decision (make)
- You have to take lots of decisions in life.
Take a holiday
- He had intended to take a holiday in New York.
Take a lesson
- I might take a lesson from you.
Take a look
- I’ll take a look at the website and let you know what I think.
Take a message
- The manager is out, can I take a message?
Take a nap
- I usually take a nap after lunch.
Take a number
- I think it will take a number of months for this to play out.
Take a photo/ a photograph
- Why did you take so many photos on holiday?
Take a picture
- Could I take a picture of you?
Useful collocations with TAKE in English | Image 1.
Take a rest
- Take a rest from your hard work.
Take a risk
- She is left with little choice but to take a risk.
Take a seat
- Take a seat while I get you something to drink.
Take a shower (have)
- I usually take a shower before having my breakfast.
Take a step
- I take a step into the center of the circle.
Take a taxi/bus/train/plane
- Let’s not take a taxi; we can easily walk over.
Take a test
- Have you taken your driving test yet?
Take a while/ a minute/ five minutes
- It might take a while for this file to upload.
- We must take action to cut vehicle emissions.
Take advantage (of)
- Many schools don’t take full advantage of the Internet.
- We don’t have to take advice from him.
- It’ll probably take ages to find a parking space.
Take an exam/ a test/ a course
- Do you have to take an exam in French?
Take care of
- We had a chance to take care of our own business.
Take charge (of)
- The policeman said he would take charge of the gun.
- He does not smoke or take drugs.
- Take exercise if you’re out of shape.
Useful collocations with TAKE in English | Image 2.
- Take medicine when you get gripes.
- He drew out his notebook and began to take notes.
- This news made us all sit up and take notice.
- He will take part in this contest.
- The wedding will take place in October.
Take pride in
- I take pride in my work.
Take somebody’s place
- He has just begged off, can you take his place in the team?
Take someone’s temperature
- I took my temperature and I found that Iam running a fever.
- Her mental scars will take time to heal.
- We take turns to answer the phone.
Take up space
- You take up space and you slow me down.
Take your time
- Whatever you do, slow down and take your time.
January 16, 2018
- Collocations with TAKE
- Common Collocations with TAKE
- expressions with take
- take a bite
- take a bow
- take a break
- take a call
- take a chance
- take a class
- take a decision
- take a holiday collocation
- take a lesson
- take a message collocation
- take a number
- take a photo
- take a picture
- take a rest
- take a risk
- take a seat
- take a step
- take action
- take advantage of
- take advice
- Take collocations
- take expressions
- take your time
- Useful collocations with TAKE in English
- verb collocations