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
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
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.
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.
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