Phrasal Verb Lesson – Take Off

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learn-english-free-lesson-phrasal-verb-take-offThe phrasal verb take off means to take flight / leave the ground.
Here are some examples:

  • I want to buy some magazines before my flight takes off.
  • Ladies and Gentlemen, we are ready to take off. Please fasten your seatbelts.

When was the last time you took off. Where did you go?

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