You've taken everything.
Taken by surprise, I couldn't think of anything to say.
This morning I got a telegram from home saying that my father had been suddenly taken ill.
Do you not want to know who has taken it?
Tom compared a picture taken of Mary three years ago with one that had been taken recently.
The data cited in King's research is taken from UNESCO's 1970 white paper on world population.
Spenser's sarcastic and joking remarks are often misinterpreted as signs of ambivalence and often taken too seriously.
It stopped short at a result far from the 10% taken as the target.
Examples can be taken from the course materials or can be texts that you found autonomously.
Unfortunately, full employment can no longer be taken for granted.
The narration is written in the first person singular because it is fictionally taken from the man's everyday journal.
I'm a thief, I'll go back when I've taken the stuff. Report me and I'll stab you.
Her daughter has been favoring her husband over her, so Leila has taken the opportunity to spend time with her other babies, gin and vermouth.
The first photos of the Earth taken from outer space captured the imagination of an entire generation.
Not to be taken lightly, local amusement parks. Couples, families, as far as can be seen people, people, people.
English word "take"(taken) occurs in sets:czasowniki present simple wojtekPast participlepast participle V2past participle
We bought a grand piano which took up half of our living room.
Cancer took him.
They told me that I would feel a little better if I took this medicine.
She advised him to take a long holiday, so he immediately quit work and took a trip around the world.
Tom burned himself badly when he took the pie pan out of the oven without using an oven mitt.
She took advantage of our hospitality and stayed a whole month without paying us anything.
The translation of the French novel took him more than three months.
He opened the drawer, and took out a letter.
I went to every modern art show that took place in Tokyo last year.
I took these statistics from a government white paper on education.
Instead of coming directly home, I took the long way and stopped by the post office.
Franco's forces took control in Spain.
He was curious about how it would taste, so he took a small bite.
Tom couldn't fall asleep so he got up and took a walk.
Last night an explosion took place at a fireworks factory.
English word "take"(took) occurs in sets:A1+ irregular verbs 2Irregular verbs
Cows give milk.
Every time cigarettes go up in price, many people try to give up smoking.
This condo is getting old. Why don't we redecorate to give it a fresh feel?
I'd like to know when you plan to give me back the scissors I lent you.
It is sad that so few people give money to help the hungry.
Stop beating around the bush and give it to me straight!
Is it true that you recover from colds when you give them to someone else?
If you agree to buy 3,000 of them, we'll give you a 3 percent discount.
It's out of stock, but I can give you a rain check.
I get really bad performance anxiety before I give a speech.
If I were prime minister, I'd give Clinton a good talking to.
It seems that Tom had planned to give Mary the loan she had been looking for.
Give water to the thirsty and food to the hungry.
They always give their attention to environmental problems.
Human beings seem to find it difficult to give up their old habits.
English word "take"(give) occurs in sets:Word pairs - pary słówVerbs - opposite meaning