take - типичные ошибки в английском со словом take
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1. A few minutes later an ambulance arrived and took the injured man.

2. Unfortunately my studies take a lot of time.

3. When you come to dinner on Sunday, take your fiancee with you so I can meet her

1. A few minutes later an ambulance arrived and took the Injured man away.

2. Unfortunately my studies take up a lot of time.

3. When you come to dinner on Sunday, bring your fiancee with you so I can meet her.

1. Take (= carry, lead, or move) Is used with adverbs such as away, out, etc., or with a phrase that refers to a place: 'I took her to the cinema. ' Note the alternative: 'A few minutes later an ambulance arrived and collected the injured man.

2. take up an amount of time or space = occupy an amount of time or space

3. Bring is used for movement towards the place where the speaker Is, was, or intends to be (or towards the person being talked about): 'She asked the nurse to bring her a drink of water.' Take is used for movement in other directions.