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No. sentence
1 He described the scene to me.
2 He ordered us out of the house.
3 He bustled her out of the hot house.
4 He screwed out of the house.
5 He explained the problem to me.
6 He netted the support of all of us.
7 He took a dictionary from the desk.
8 She took one of the parcels from her father to lighten his load.
9 He took down a dictionary from the top shelf.
10 took me so long to walk through the deep snow.
11 The lawyers took two hours to interrogate the witness.
12 The police took a long time to interrogate the offenders fully.
13 She took the pupils off to the art exhibition.
14 The teacher divided the class and took one section to the library and left the other to write an article.
15 He opened the drawer and took out a cheque.
16 took great strength to resist the pressure of the authorities.
17 He carefully stripped away the transparent paper and took out a valuable stamp.
18 I bundled up those books and took them to the post.
19 The boy was always late because it took so long to get dressed.
20 He hefted his right arm and took away a gun from the bookshelf.
21 He took the apple and bit down.
22 He took up a compromising attitude towards the question.
23 The robbers not only took his money but also laid into him.
24 It took the farmer weeks to grub the stumps on his land.
25 It took three bulldozers a week to level off the site.
26 Tom took off at the sight of trouble.
27 He saw the guest out and took up his work again.
28 Romans took over from the Greeks not only their philosophy but their arts.
29 The coat sits well on you.
30 The world exists, whether you like it or not.