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1. We ought to get rid of this table, it takes far too much space.
2. If you're hot, you can take your jacket.
3. This meat can't be fresh, it smells awful - I'm taking it to the butcher.
4. John has always been difficult - he must take his dad.
5. You shouldn't take more responsobilities you can handle.
6. It must be difficult to give teaching in order to travel.
7. We'll need to take some temporary teachers for the summer.
8. She took her glasses when she had her photograph taken.
9. He was such a charmer - he took me completely.
10. Rachel took me to lunch.
If I say - He was such a charmer - I took to him completely. Would it be right?
He was such a charmer - he took me in completely. Does it mean he deceived me? Or gave me place to live?
Grammar GeekNot sure I agree iwth #9!I'm happy to read this, because this was the only one I got wrong!
@Fandorin: Could you please double-check numbers 4 and 10? (the text, I mean, not the answer). Thanks!
FandorinHi, GG. I've set that. Could you explain me?Deceived.
He was so kind. He took me in when I had no where else to go. That would mean he gave me a place to live.
actually 5 answers only was right ..
i think this is bad!!
maybe i forgot the phrasal verbs
haha ,thank you
this test told me not to use the phrasal verbs in my essays at all .
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