||Pat takes after his mother. They are
both short and blonde.
||Pam took the radio back to the store
because it was broken.
|TAKE CARE OF
||to provide care for; to watch one's health
||I have been taking care of my sister
since she returned home from the hospital.
||The flight to Bermuda took off at 6 p.m.
||to remove clothes
||Take off your coat off and stay a while.
||to go somewhere with a friend
||Frank took his supervisor out for
Steve took Mary out three times last week.
||to remove something from an enclosed place
||Please take your books out and turn to
||to gain control of
||Do you think Bill Gates is trying to
take over the world?
||to persuade to do something
||Peter talked Mary into helping him move.
|TALK OUT OF
||to persuade not to do something
||Mary talked Peter out of moving.
||to remove something by tearing
||The soccer player tore his shirt off
when his team won the game.
||The construction workers tore up the
street to lay a new water pipe.
||to give something a lot of thought
||Before making any big decision, you
should think it over for a long time.
||to put in the garbage
||Don't throw these documents away because
we'll need them later.
||Ulysses threw his lunch up all over his
||to make someone angry; to irritate someone
||When people smoke near me, it really
ticks me off!
||Martin tipped the police off about the
bank robbers' location.
||to put clothes on to see if they fit
||Terry tried the blue sweater on, but it
was too big.
||to make changes for the better
||The drug addict really turned his life
around. He's a best-selling author now.
||to decrease the volume of something
||Turn the radio down before you wake the
||Tina turned Patrick down for a date.
Poor Patrick's heart was broken.
||to go to bed
||I'm pretty tired. I'm going to
turn in now.
||to stop a machine or electrical device
||Please turn off the lights when you
leave the room.
||to start a machine or electrical device
||Turn on the TV please. I want to watch
||to interest very much
||Do romantic walks on the beach turn you
||to increase the volume of something
||Turn up the TV, I can't hear it!