Phrasal Verb – Take After
Friday, August 26, 2011 @ 12:08 PM
When you take after somebody in your family, you are like them in appearance, behaviour or character.
|Present Simple||Take after|
|Past Simple||Took after|
|Past Participle||Taken after|
|-ing form||Taking after|
Examples of Use:
- I take after my father but my brother is more like my mother.
- Most people say that I took after my father.
- I wish I had taken after my mother, she is very beautiful.