Collocations with TAKE and GET! Below is the list of common collocations with the verb TAKE and GET in English you should learn.
Collocations with TAKE and GET
Here is the list of collocations with Take with meaning and examples:
1. Take a Break
To stop doing something for a short time, e.g. to eat, rest, go to the toilet, etc.
Example: Let’s take a short break.
2. Take a Call
To answer or accept an incoming telephone call
Example: I’m sorry, but I have to take this call.
3. Take a Chance
Risk something in the hope of a favorable outcome
Example: Take a chance at it. You might win
4. Take a Rest
Have a rest
Example: After work, I like to take a rest before cooking dinner
5. Take Care
Example: Take care, won’t you? It can be dangerous around here at night.
Here is the list of collocations with Get with meaning and examples:
- Get a joke
Example: Not everyone got the joke, but those who did laughed.
- Get a letter (receive)
Example: I got a letter from my friend in Nigeria
- Get a shock
Example: I got a shock when I saw my phone bill.
- Get a splitting headache
Example: His lack of knowledge of health always makes him get a splitting headache.
- Get a tan
Example: I used to be much amused by sitting on the beach, getting a tan and hearing the waves crash against the rocks.
- Get a ticket
Example: I got a ticket for speeding this morning.
- Get a/the right
Example: They decided to divorce and Mary is determined to get the right to raise the child.
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