I take

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I take(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I lay hold of)
a. tomo
I take my daughter by the hand when we cross a street.Tomo a mi hija de la mano cuando cruzamos una calle.
b. agarro
Is it OK if I take a book from the shelf? - Yes, of course!¿Está bien si agarro un libro de la estantería? - Sí, por supuesto.
2. (I bring with me)
a. llevo
I always take an umbrella in case it rains.Siempre me llevo un paraguas por si llueve.
3. (I travel by)
a. tomo
When I'm in a hurry, I take the train.Cuando estoy apurada, tomo el tren.
4. (I ingest)
a. tomo
I take aspirin for my heart.Tomo aspirina para el corazón.
b. pongo
I take milk with my coffee.Tomo leche con el café.
c. como
I always take pasta before working out.Siempre como pastas antes de entrenar.
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