Match the phrasal verbs on the left with its meaning on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable.
List of Phrasal Verbs (Take)
  • take off
  • take in
  • take after
  • take up
  • take on
  • take down
  • take out
  • take over
  • take to
  • take out on
  • to begin a hobby, pastime etc.
  • to get something from the place it is in
  • to begin to deal with something, such as a job or responsibility
  • to take control of a business company
  • to feel or begin to feel a liking for somebody
  • to understand or remember something that you hear or read
  • to behave badly towards somebody because you are angry about something else
  • to leave the ground, to remove clothes
  • to make a note of something
  • to be or look like a parent or relation
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FCE Phrasal Verbs - Take

1) take off to leave the ground, to remove clothes
2) take in to understand or remember something that you hear or read
3) take after to be or look like a parent or relation
4) take up to begin a hobby, pastime etc.
5) take on to begin to deal with something, such as a job or responsibility
6) take down to make a note of something
7) take out to get something from the place it is in
8) take over to take control of a business company
9) take to to feel or begin to feel a liking for somebody
10) take out on to behave badly towards sb because you are angry about sth else