Take care of – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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TAKE CARE OF

When you take care of a person or another living thing, you make sure that they have enough food water and that they are fine or comfortable.

  • I took care of Jack’s cat when he went on vacation.
  • Jenny is taking care of her grandmother these days.
  • My mom takes care of her garden every day!

How about you? Have you taken care of anyone or anything recently? Has anyone taken care of you?
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