Phrasal Verbs Quiz: Take 2

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1. take apart

Ben took apart the electric fan in order to

a. break it

b. steal it

c. fix it

2. take away

One of the things our local council has to do is take away our

a. roads

b. parks and playgrounds

c. garbage or rubbish

3. take back (1)

I took my new phone back to the store because

a. I really liked it

b. it didn't work properly

c. I'd lost it

4. take back (2)

The shop took back the jacket I'd bought and gave me

a. a prize

b. a receipt

c. a refund

5. take in (1)

This is the best book on Jackson because it takes in

a. a lot of money

b. every aspect of his life

c. about 800 pages

6. take in (2)

Professor Dumbledore's lectures are very interesting, but to take everything in you'll need to

a. register early

b. concentrate hard

c. be checked by security

7. take on (1)

She's already raising two kids while doing a full-time job, and now she wants to take on even more

a. help

b. responsibility

c. free time

8. take on (2)

I'm sorry, but at the moment our company isn't taking on any more

a. staff

b. profits

c. offices

9. take over (1)

There was a "coup d'état" in the country, meaning a group of soldiers used force to take over

a. the army

b. the workforce

c. the government

10. take over (2)

Maria took over as captain of the basketball team because

a. the other players didn't like her

b. she didn't want the responsibility

c. the previous captain had retired

1. take apart - Ben took apart the electric fan in order to: a) break it b) steal it c) fix it

2. take away - One of the things our local council has to do is take away our: a) roads b) parks and playgrounds c) garbage or rubbish

3. take back (1) - I took my new phone back to the store because: a) I really liked it b) it didn't work properly c) I'd lost it

4. take back (2) - The shop took back the jacket I'd bought and gave me: a) a prize b) a receipt c) a refund

5. take in (1) - This is the best book on Jackson because it takes in: a) a lot of money b) every aspect of his life c) about 800 pages

6. take in (2) - Professor Dumbledore's lectures are very interesting, but to take everything in you'll need to: a) register early b) concentrate hard c) be checked by security

7. take on (1) - She's already raising two kids while doing a full-time job, and now she wants to take on even more: a) help b) responsibility c) free time

8. take on (2) - I'm sorry, but at the moment our company isn't taking on any more: a) staff b) profits c) offices

9. take over (1) - There was a "coup d'état" in the country, meaning a group of soldiers used force to take over: a) the army b) the workforce c) the government

10. take over (2) - Maria took over as captain of the basketball team because: a) the other players didn't like her b) she didn't want the responsibility c) the previous captain had retired

Contributor: Matt Errey