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What is the difference between “get” and “take”? Both are used to describe receiving something.
In today’s [Grammar] we are going to explain the difference between “get” and “take”. Let’s go!
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Get means to obtain or acquire or receive something. Below are examples of “Get” used as a transitive verb.
I get my vegetables from the supermarket.
He got the first prize in the singing competition.
Other ways of the use of get are listed below:
I get hungry at noon. (I become hungry…)
James gets up at 7.45 a.m. every morning. (James wakes up…)
Take is a general term applicable to any manner of getting something into one’s possession or control. On the other hand, “get” is to receive, gain or obtain something.
Allan took the IPod from Mary to download music for her.
The teacher takes the homework from the students.
Other ways of the use of take are listed below:
John takes a long walk every evening. (John goes for a walk….)
Take it easy, life is not all that bad. (Be calm…)
Have you already known the difference between “get” and “take”? Don’t worry, we prepare a quiz for you👇it is time to show yourself!
#1. When can we ___ our certificates?
#2. Let's ____ the kids to the fair
That’s all for today’s [Grammar]!!!