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Phrasal Verb – Take After

Friday, August 26, 2011 @ 12:08 PM
posted by Jo

Take After

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.
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