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by Mairi MacDonald

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Activity 3 Phrasal verbs with take

Answers

1. The plane should take off on time.
2. Correct
3. Correct
4. I'm not sure how much of his explanation she took in.
5. Correct
6. We're not taking on any new staff at the moment.
7. The officer started to take her notebook out.
8. Can you take over the cooking while I walk the dog?
9. These files take up a lot of disk space.
10. Correct


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