To Take in a sentence

How to use To Take in a Sentence?

  • There is no one now to take it from you.
  • Are you going to take it?
  • She dared to take no more.
  • But it was just as well not to take it.
  • I am here to take his place.

Short Example Sentence for To Take

  • But she had to take to it again.
  • Who is there to take him from me?
  • Fancy having to take it all in!
  • He has to take them as they are.
  • Only there were no more to take.
  • How was she to take him?
  • I have to take your deposition.
  • How are we to take aim?
  • He is allowed to take it.
  • And who is to take care of you?
  • She asked me to take her over there.
  • She did not seem to take this in.
  • I was to take her away.
  • He did not need to take it off.
  • I had not the tact to take it as such.
  • Please to take your daughter in.
  • Tell him to take a chair.
  • He wants to take you there himself.
  • Something prompted me to take him in.
  • You had no right to take it.
  • We came here to take them.
  • You are going to have to take it.
  • Try to take them as you find them.
  • He seems to take to her.
  • He had to take chances.
  • But he had to take a chance.
  • We ceased to take them.
  • Condescend to take some drug.
  • Deign to take courage.
  • But they probably had to take them.
  • He was very good to take me in.
  • She did not know how to take this.
  • I want you to take it.
  • Not to take that which is not given.
  • To take but an illustration.