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Hi there. There is a quiz from book "Grammar and vocabulary for First Certificate", preparing for the ESOL First Certificate in English (FCE) (Cambridge University) . It's extracted from one module, devoted to Phrasal Verbs : take. It implies upper-intermediate level. I hope it would be useful.

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.
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I got 8 questions correctly. I had thought I could answer all the questions. Nevertheless, I'll try to improve on my performance so that I can do better next time.
You scored 6 out of 10
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i got 5....i guess i need to study phrasal verb...
5/10 not bad, but not very well too...
Typo in #2: If you're hot, you can take off your jacket
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1.We ought to get rid og this table, it takes up far too much space.
2. If you're hot, you can take off you jacket.
3.This meat can't be fresh, it smells awful - I'm taking it back to the butcher.
4.John has always been difficult - he must take after his dad. -??? (John's life maybe?)
5. You shouldn't take on more responsobilities you can handle. (than you?)
6. It must be difficult to give up teaching in order to travel.
7.We'll need to take on some temporary teachers for the summer.
8. She took off her glasses when she had her photograph taken.
9. He was such a charmer - he took me in completely.
10. Rachel took me out to lunch.
Take after is a normal phrasal verb. Why do you think that "John" is wrong?
There's a typo in #1!
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6 out of 10 were correct. Not bad!
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