Re: You can take it away vs. You can take away it
I can understand learner's confusion these days with your second example. Teaching people the verb "to have got" instead of "to have" leads to such problems when trying to construct the negative or the interrogative.
The verb "to have got" had started to be taught in Spain while I was there and caused much confusion. I ended up teaching my students the two different versions and that they would just have to memorise them.
I have a car.
I do not have a car.
I don't have a car.
Do you have a car?
I have got a car.
I have not got a car.
I haven't got a car.
Have you got a car?
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.