Today we have another free English phrasal verb lesson for ‘Take Down’ which has 2 meanings for this phrasal verb. This one means to write something down so you can remember it in the future. The examples will show you how native speaker would use it in the correct context.
Phrasal Verb: Take Down
English Phrasal Verbs TAKE DOWN #1
Alternative Meaning: To write something so you can remember it later
- Take down my phone number and call me if you have any questions.
- Write down my phone number and call me if you have any questions.
- If you don’t take down any notes, you will probably forget some information.
- If you don’t write any notes, you will probably forget some information.
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