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    #61

    Re: The ways we use just one word

    Hey, we had 'take' before as well! We're getting more words then!

    I know these:

    take a rest
    take someone's place


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    #62

    Re: The ways we use just one word

    Take it or leave it.

    Take me as I am.

    Take a lunch to work.

    Take a break.

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    #63

    Re: The ways we use just one word

    Take someone's opinion or advice


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    #64

    Re: The ways we use just one word

    take "someone" up on an offer


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    #65

    Re: The ways we use just one word

    take "something" to heart


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    #66

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    take "someone" with a grain of salt

    take "something" for granted

    Take it from me. I know what I'm talking about.

    take "someone" or "something" seriously

    Take my word for it.

    take "someone's" word for it


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    #67

    Smile Re: The ways we use just one word

    Quote Originally Posted by Huda-M View Post
    Take someone's opinion or advice
    I haven't heard "take someone's opinion". I've only heard "take someone's advice".



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    #68

    Re: The ways we use just one word

    You've got it! Take it away!


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    #70

    Re: The ways we use just one word

    Quote Originally Posted by PROESL View Post
    I haven't heard "take someone's opinion". I've only heard "take someone's advice".

    ??

    may be i am wrong then, i am not a native speker... I can't tell the best...

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