ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRACTICE: Idioms using 'to take'
LEVEL: Intermediate/Advanced


Write the letter of the word(s) that best complete(s) each sentence:

a - take it
b - take it easy
c - take time
d - take a hike
e - take care of
f - take kindly to
g - take (him/her) for granted
h - take effect
i - take place
j - take (him/her) to the cleaners

1. His ex-wife plans to . ( = His ex-wife plans to get all the money she can from him.)

2. He told her to . ( = He told her to go away.)

3. You can't happen expect her to fall in love with you overnight. These things .

4. Don't get nervous/upset. = .

5. He doesn't ( = he is not receptive to/ he doesn't like) this type of treatment.

6. You should be careful not to ( = not to underestimate him), because he's a really good player.

7. He wants to ( = look after) his grandfather.

8. He thinks he can behave this way forever, but I'm not going to ( = tolerate it) anymore.

9. The pain-killers began to ( = started working) half an hour after he took them.

10. Where does this story ? = Where does this story happen?






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