Please take the trash to the garbage can.请将垃圾拿到垃圾筒去。
Take money from the bank when needed.需要时,把钱从银行里取出来。
We are ready to take your order.我们随时准备执行您的命令。
It takes a lot of money to live in that city.要住在那个城市需要花不少钱。
The journey from London to Oxford takes about an hour and a half.从伦敦到牛津大约需要一个半小时。
Bob did not take the job because it was a blind alley.鲍勃没有接受此职，因为它没有发展前途。
I hope you will take the advice in good part.我希望你能愉快地接受这劝告。
How am I supposed to take that remark?我应该怎么理解那话的意思?
I shall take literature and mathematics this spring.今年春天我要修文学及数学。
How long will it take me to get there?到那儿要花多长时间？
She took another sip of tea.她又喝了一小口茶。
I take this seriously. It’s a matter of principle.我对此很认真。这是原则问题。
She always takes the bus in order to save some money.为了可以节省钱,她总是搭乘公车。
Love includes gives and takes.爱情包含着给予和索取。
The lioness brought her take to her baby.母狮子把捕获的猎物叼给了狮宝宝。
The fish don’t seem to be taking.
China’s new ways may take.
The dye took immediately.
That novel didn’t take.
Fish take best after rain.
Dry fuel takes readily.
She went out of the room, taking the flowers with her.
The teacher took the students on a tour through the art museum.
Don’t forget to take your umbrella when you go.
Take these books home with you tonight.
A transitive verb takes an object.
The flight took two hours.
These things take time.
This cake takes six eggs.
It takes a lot of doing.
She plans to take a course in applied linguistics.
Did you take history at school?
Mrs. Biggs is ill and will be unable to take you today.
Someone took my hat by mistake.
He reached up to the third shelf of the bookcase and took down a dictionary.
Take the railing as you go down.
John takes second place in the race.
Take the doctor’s advice and start exercising.
The old couple agreed to take a war orphan.
They took office at a difficult time.
If it’s a better job than you have now, take it.
The car takes five people comfortably.
The shelf just takes the books.
This bottle takes a litre.
How much petrol will the car take?
He took the hard punishment with his head high.
These strawberries look nice—I’ll take 3 kilos.
I will take two pounds of sugar.
The customer tried on two dresses and took both.
We plan to take a house in the country for the summer.
He won’t take pineapple juice.
The tourist took some instant food and hot water.
After getting up in the morning, he usually goes outdoors to take the air.
We took a hovercraft across the English Channel.
He took the subway to the station.
Take the elevator to the fourth floor.
The singer was unwilling to take the center of the stage.
He gave me a chest X-ray and took my blood pressure.
The dressmaker took her measurements for a new dress.
The nurse took the patient’s temperature.
The photographer took the children in their party clothes.
I had my picture taken this morning.
She took down the speech in shorthand.
The secretary took minutes of the meeting.
All the students were taking notes at the lecture.
The police took down my name and address.
He took my meaning perfectly.
How do you take this passage?
Now you put your idea in those words,I take you easily.
She took the news calmly.
He does not take kindly to criticism.
I take their criticisms very seriously.
Don’t take it lightly.
The event was so unusual and unexpected that we did not know how to take it.
You had better take things as they are.
All matter takes space.
The chest of drawers does not take much room.
She took the degree of Master of Arts at Cambridge.
The criminal was taken by the police within three hours of the crime.
The general believed his men could take the city in about three days.
What steps have you taken?
He is always taking other people’s ideas.
To achieve his end he took every means he could think of.
Take any card from my hand.
She takes the chair at all our meetings.
Who will take the chair at today’s meeting?
Strangers often took her for her own daughter.
My horse took the fence easily.
She took the news hard.
Will you take a look at my sick child?
The swimmer came to the shore and took a deep breath.
When I was younger I took a cold bath every morning even in winter.
I’m afraid I must take leave now.
Seeing that they were very busy then, we took our leave very quickly lest we should be in the way.
On returning I took a run around the village.
I shall take a holiday early next month.
After visiting the Forbidden City they took a walk through the town.
From his youth Nobel had taken a serious interest in literature and philosophy.
I’m rather tired; will you take the wheel?
The prescribed medicine failed to take effect.
They invariably take the lead in battles against floods.
We must take the right measures or we shall fail.
Don’t take offence; it is only her way.
The medicine is to be taken three times a day.
Sugar cannot be taken by people suffering from certain complaints.
After a long fight the town was taken.
The camp was taken and destroyed.
I beg your pardon. Is this seat taken?
S+～+ v -ing
You seem to take giving up pretty easily.
It was a difficult day for me to take knowing that this is the second year in a row that I’ve been away for his birthday.
I take it that he approves.
I take it you will be making a complaint about her behaviour.
It ～s/ed+ n./pron. +to- v
It takes a poet to translate Milton.
It takes two to make a quarrel.
Usually it takes a disaster to make people aware of the dangers of air pollution.
It evidently takes different amounts of heat to boil water and oil.
用作双宾动词S+～+ pron./n. + n./pron.
We ought to take her some food.
Painting the kitchen took me all week.
It takes him half an hour to finish his homework every day.
S+～+ n./pron. +to pron./n.
She took a cup of tea to him.
Shall I take your message to her?
It ～s/ed+ pron./n. + n./pron. +to- v
It took him three hours to finish the exercises.
It took her longer time than she expected to get a passport.
That’s a rare set of stamps.How long did it take you to collect them?
It ～s/ed+ n./pron. +for n./pron. +to- v
It took an hour for the car to come here.
用作宾补动词S+～+ n./pron. +as/for n.
Will you take me as your partner?
Shopping-bag ladies are not very communicative and take general conversation as an intrusion.
Most westerners who are not Americans will take it as an insult if you ask whether they are Americans.
From his manners of speaking,I took him for a Japanese.
I’m not going to help you steal a car; what do you take me for?
These first six books can be taken as the pattern of the whole work.
Mrs. Alice spoke English so well that she was taken for a native.
S+～+ n./pron. +to be n./adj.
I take him to be sincere.
She took it to be a snake.
I take this to be ironical.
By many of the company the newcomer was taken to be a detective.
S+～+ n./pron. +(as) v -ing
Do not take me as urging that it ought to be done.
His father often takes the children climbing and hiking.
Our take was up this week.
That state’s spending has far outstripped its take.
The day’s take came to over $500.
There is a large take of mackerel.
My friend wants a bigger take of the money.
He will have made do with his take from the night school.
We had to do six takes before the director was satisfied.
If there’s no take, you must get vaccination again.
None of your actor’s take.
You should have been there to see her take as I announced myself.
The skin grafting resulted in a complete take.
The play is a great take.
He got the answer on the third take.
take还可接以“to be/as/for n./adj. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。
take after的意思是“像,与…相似”; take back的意思是“收回,撤回”; take down的意思是“写下,记录下”; take in的意思是“接纳,吸入,收容”“欺骗”; take off的意思是“脱下(衣帽等),除去,拿开”; take on的意思是“呈现(面貌),具有(特征)”; take out的意思是“发泄”; take over的意思是“接管,接任,继承”; take to的意思是“开始(从事于),养成(某种习惯),沉湎于”; take up的意思是“开始做或学,对…有兴趣”; take up with的意思是“与…来往,与…结交”。
take不可指“拿来”或“取来”，因此Please take your pen with you when you come tomorrow.该句是错误的，应将take改成bring；
take可指“买”。注意，表示“买”时，并不可以都是take。不可说I went into the shop to take a pen，要用buy；
I will take this pen.
They have taken the cottage for the winter.
He has taken in several points of interest during the last week.
When will the new manager take over?
英国人常用take … in to dinner来表示“伴（女子）入席”，而美国人则习惯用take … out to dinner；
take(n) to或took to是习惯用语，指“开始（后成为习惯)”。
He has taken to this good habit.