A group of school children who were traveling in a privately chartered airplane from Sydney to Queensland to take part in a musical concert found themselves swimming for the shore when their airplane had to land in the sea just three minutes after taking off from Sydney airport.
雅思词组2:take one's breath away使某人激动得喘不上气，使惊讶不止
Not many things can take one's breath away these months, but this movie is something absolutely wonderful.
雅思词组3:take one’s temperature量体温
The nurse takes my temperature times a day.
雅思词组4:take out insurance买保险
Nowadays everyone can take out insurance fast and uncomplicated via Internet.
雅思词组5:take over one's business接管某人的生意
My father wants me to take over his business when I graduate from college.
A:Who likes to take pictures better, your husband or you?
B:Me, of course
雅思词组7:take pity on对…表示同情(或怜悯)
But in the end they took pity on me, so now I've just about got enough money.
雅思词组8:take responsibility for对…负责
Corporate crime can have very severe consequences. It's not just a matter of companies making bigger profits than they should do, but of event which may affect the lives of innocent people, and yet very often companies, because they say they didn't intend to harm everyone, can avoid taking responsibility户r the results of their actions. And that has been a very dangerous loophole in the law.
be responsible for
雅思词组9:take the role of扮演…的角色
In the east, most men seem to be unwilling to take the role of house-husband whilst their wives go to work.
play the role of
雅思词组10:take unpaid leave请无薪假
My boss has agreed to pay the cost of the course itself, but I would have to take unpaid leave if I want to study full-time and, I don't think I could afford to support myself with no salary for a whole year