‘Take Off’ is an English phrasal verb that has many different meanings and this lesson will teach you that it means to remove something like an article of clothing. Our examples will make it easy for you to understand how the phrasal verbs are used in English by native speakers.
Phrasal Verb: Take Off 2
Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Take Off #2
Alternative Meaning: To remove something such as a piece of clothing.
- I took off my shoes when I came into the house today.
- I removed my shoes when I came into the house today.
- Take the painting off the wall so we can clean the wall better.
- Remove the painting from the wall so we can clean the wall better.
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