Слайд 2to take after
means to resemble a parent or a family member
in appearance or character
She’s very funny. She takes after her mother.
He’s blond with blue eyes. He takes after his father.
He is good at tennis. He doesn’t take after his brother.
Слайд 3to take apart
means to separate something into parts it’s made up
He took my car apart to repair it.
The machine needs taking apart and cleaning.
Michael spent two days taking his computer apart.
Слайд 4to take away
means to remove something from its place
Don’t take the
dessert away, please. I haven’t finished yet.
Take that away! I don’t want to use it anymore.
also means to remove something from you, so that you no longer possess or use it
Her passport was taken away so she can’t leave the country.
I was a bit worried when a customs officer took away my bottle of water.
Слайд 5to take away
means to buy cooked food at a restaurant and
carry it away to eat
We ordered Italian food to take away.
Is that to eat in or take away?
also means to subtract one number or amount from another
Fifty take away twenty is thirty.
If you take five away from twelve you get seven.
Слайд 6to take back
means to return something to the place you have
bought or borrowed it
When I got home I discovered the dress was too tight. So I took it back to the shop.
You need the receipt if you want to take your goods back.
also means to retract a statement, admit that something was wrong
I’m sorry that I said you were selfish. I take it back.
I had to take back everything bad I'd said about him.
Слайд 7to take back
means to remind you of another place or time
in your life
Playing that game took me back to my childhood.
This song always takes me back to the 1990s.
That tune takes me back to my childhood.
Слайд 8to take down
means to make notes or write down a part
John took down Ann’s number so he could call her back.
If you have a pen, you can take down my phone number.
The policemen took down his answers to their questions.
also means to remove something from a wall or other vertical surface, also from a hanging position
He took down the picture from the wall.
We need to take down the curtains to be cleaned.
Слайд 9to take in
means to shorten, make clothes smaller
She took her dress
in as it was too big.
Try taking the skirt in a little around the waist.
also means to deceive someone
I was taken in by him. I believed everything he said.
She took me in with her story until James told me the truth.
also means to understand, comprehend something
I just couldn’t take in what she was saying.
It was a very good speech and they took it all in.
Слайд 10to take off
means to remove something, usually clothes or accessories
hot in the room so she took off her jacket.
I wish you would take off your sunglasses so we could see your eyes.
also means to be away from work (for holidays or illness)
She took a week off to go and visit her father.
I’m going to take a couple of days off to visit my friend.
Слайд 11to take off
means to leave the ground and begin one’s flight
flight for London took off on time.
The plane took off at 5am.
also means to become successful very suddenly
Our business has really taken off this year.
Alexander’s career took off last year.
Слайд 12to take out
means to remove something from its place
He took the
picture out of the frame and gave it to me.
She had to take out her wallet from her bag to find her key.
also means to withdraw money from your bank account
The man went to the cash machine and took out 500 pounds this afternoon.
Max took out all money from his savings account to pay for his new car.
Слайд 13to take (someone) out
means to go somewhere with someone (especially on
I’d like to take you out for dinner.
I took the children out for the day to the beach.
Sam took his wife out to a restaurant last Saturday night.
Слайд 14to take over
means to begin to have control of something
corner shops in this street have been taken over by a large company.
The firm has been taken over by one of its main competitors.
also means to replace someone or something
He took over from Alice as Head of department last year.
Andrew takes over as Director in May when Paul retires.
Слайд 15to take through
means to explain something to someone
Let me take
you through all the instructions for our plan.
I took Mary through the schedule and explained how it works.
Shee took me through the procedures before we started.
Слайд 16to take up
means to begin doing a hobby or activity on
a regular basis
Since he retired, he’s taken up tennis.
She’s thinking of taking up yoga.
also means to fill or occupy space or time
This wardrobe is too big. It takes up too much space.
My day is completely taken up with different meetings.
Слайд 17to take up
means to accept an offer or opportunity
He was offered
a promotion at work and he took up the offer.
She’s going to take up that job offer and move to the office in New York.
also means to continue an activity that had been interrupted
She came back and took up the story where she had left off.
When he had to leave, his sister took up the story where he had finished.