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    [phrasal verb] take to someone/something

    Hello.

    Definition of take, Macmillan Online Dictionary: Free American English Dictionary and Thesaurus
    < take to someone/something >
    to begin to like someone or something
    - I took to John immediately.

    This phrasal verb is used in the following sentence, isn't it?

    Amazon.com: Johnny Hiland: MP3 Downloads
    He grew up in a trailer home in Woodland, ME, and took to the guitar at a young age.

    Thank you.


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    Re: [phrasal verb] take to someone/something

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    Hello.

    Definition of take, Macmillan Online Dictionary: Free American English Dictionary and Thesaurus
    < take to someone/something >
    to begin to like someone or something
    - I took to John immediately.

    This phrasal verb is used in the following sentence, isn't it?

    Amazon.com: Johnny Hiland: MP3 Downloads
    He grew up in a trailer home in Woodland, ME, and took to the guitar at a young age.

    Thank you.
    Yes, it is.

    I thought it was somewhere in Europe, however. I didn't know it was in Maine. Jesse & Lula hang with Django

    http://www.redhotjazz.com/django.html

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