Phrasal Verbs with Take

Match the phrasal verbs on the left with its meaning on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • 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