Изучаем фразовые глаголы в английском языке с round up 5: take

Предлагаем текстовые упражнения для изучения фразовых глаголов по книге Round Up 5. В каждом наборе упражнений вы не только изучаете новые фразовые глаголы, но и повторяете ранее изученные в рамках данной серии статей. В данной публикации мы знакомимся с take ().

Упражнение на фразовые глаголы

Unit 12

Exercise 41

Match the phrasal verbs to the correct definitions .
1 take up 2 take off 3 take out 4 take down 5 take after 6 take away 7 take over 8 take off
A. to move clothes off your body B. to leave the ground and goes into the air C. to move something from a place D. to write information on a piece of paper E. to go with someone to a restaurant, film etc and pay for them F. to start doing a new job or activity: G. to look or behave like an older member of your family H. to do something that someone else did before

Exercise 42

Fill in the gaps with correct particle.
1. The boy takes *** his father; he has the same red hair, big feet, and quick temper 2. You’ve let this job take you *** completely. 3. Our boss took us ***for a meal. 4. Their conversations were taken *** in shorthand by a secretary. 5. I hear Juan is taking Anna ***tonight. 6. Bill took *** his uncle and began working as a volunteer -for the Red Cross. 7. These tax-cutting measures are designed to take *** public attention from the government’s past economic failures. 8. When my boss dictates, he speaks so quickly that it’s difficult for me to take *** everything he says. 9. She’s just taken *** cycling to work. 10. He took ***from the headmaster in February. 11. He’s taken *** skiing. 12. We’re going to take ***with the tent and tour France and Italy. 13. We’re not very good at French; we only took it *** recently. 14. This firm has taken ***three companies this year. 15. The plane took ***at 8.30 a.m. 16. Dad’s taking the whole family ***to the cinema. 17. Every individual has certain rights which must never be taken *** 18. He takes *** his mother’s side of the family. 19. He took *** for a particular period a novel from the library. 20. When he saw me, he took ***in the other direction. 21. I’ve been instructed to take *** the name of everyone present.

Exercise 43

Fill in the gaps with correct particle.
1. If you take *** an activity or a subject, you become interested in it and spend time doing 2. If you stand *** someone, you continue to give them support, especially when they are in trouble 3. If you take something *** from someone, you remove it from them, so that they no longer possess it or have it with them 4. If you take *** a member of your family, you resemble them in your appearance, your behaviour, or your character. 5. When you set *** , you start a journey. 6. If you take *** a piece of information or a statement, you write it down. 7. If you set *** somewhere, you establish yourself in a new business or new area 8. If you take *** a job or role or if you take [over], you become responsible for the job after someone else has stopped doing it 9. If you stand *** someone, especially someone more powerful than you are, you defend yourself against their attacks or demands 10. If you set *** to do something, you start trying to do it. 11. If you say that a letter stands *** a particular word, you mean that it is an abbreviation for that word 12. If you take someone *** , they go to something such as a restaurant or theatre with you after you have invited them, and usually you pay for them. 13. When an aeroplane takes ***, it leaves the ground and starts flying.

Exercise 44

Choose the correct variant.
1. Our renter’s insurance ran *** last month.
a) out ;b) after ;c) away
2. Some people blamed Harry when he got into trouble, but Joe stood *** him.
a) up to ;b) up ;c) by
3. She was rushing around madly trying to put *** the fire.
a) off ;b) out ;c) down
4. You can’t just run *** from your responsibilities.
a) off ;b) away ;c) into
5. You could tell that the horse had been well looked ***.
a) after ;b) into ;c) out of
6. We’ve been trying to get back to you, Tom, but we think we took your number *** incorrectly.
a) down ;b) off ;c) up
7. Your daughter doesn’t take *** you at all.
a) away ;b) down ;c) after
8. Get *** a number 73 bus at the corner. That will take you to Islington High Street.
a) by ;b) on ;c) through
9. Stuart’s a strange guy — I can’t make him *** at all.
a) out ;b) up ;c) with
10. Carry straight *** until you get to the traffic lights.
a) on ;b) out ;c) away
11. If you don’t stand *** for your rights, no one else will do it for you.
a) forward ;b) up ;c) to
12. After the manager has retired, John is likely to take ***.
a) over ;b) off ;c) down
13. Rebels have set *** an independent state within the country.
a) out ;b) up ;c) by
14. ‘The book’s by T.C. Smith.’ ‘What does the ‘T.C.’ stand ***?’
a) at ;b) for ;c) by
15. We took *** our shoes and socks and walked barefoot along the beach.
a) on ;b) off ;c) up
16. Jessica’s grandparents took her *** for the day…
a) away ;b) down ;c) out
17. It was a difficult time, but we never gave *** hope.
a) off ;b) away ;c) up
18. The thieves got *** with jewellery worth over ?50,000.
a) on ;b) away ;c) by
19. Can you put me *** to the accounts department, please?
a) on ;b) through ;c) forward
20. Check out the prices of our pizzas-we’re virtually giving them ***!
a) away ;b) up ;c) out
21. He ran ***Krettner in the corridor a few minutes later.
a) after ;b) into ;c) down
22. You’re a brilliant mother. Why do you run yourself ***?
a) down ;b) out of ;c) after
23. The match has been put *** until tomorrow because of bad weather.
a) up ;b) forward to ;c) off
24. Both parents were found guilty of neglect and their child was taken *** from them.
a) out ;b) away ;c)up
25. I hope you don’t mind me calling *** like this, without an appointment
a) out ;b) in ;c) for
26. The police warned shopkeepers to look ***forged notes.
a) out for ;b) at ;c) into
27. When did Jane first take *** music?
a) of ;b) over ;c) up

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2015-07-06
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