Take Up – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Take Up
Take up means to start something new, like a sport or a hobby. (Remember, take is an irregular verb: take…took…taken)

  • I took up playing the piano in college.
  • Jack took up golf.

What have you taken up recently? What do you want to take up?

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