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Take After - Phrasal Verb



Take After - to act or look like some that is older

  • I take after my older sister.
  • The kitten takes after the dog. The kitten thinks she is a dog.
  • My brother is a really good cook. My brother takes after our father. Our father is an excellent cook.
  • My son loves car racing. My son takes after my husband. My husband is a big racing fan.
  • Dr. Tammy your daughter takes after you. Your daughter also wants to be a doctor.
  • My husband is a sports fan. All my children love sports too. They all take after my husband.


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Driveless Car

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Family Members Vocabulary

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Hard Copy

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