Solutions for: App 396 / Take Time to (1)

Let's practise using "take time to" to improve your English!
We use the expression "take time to" to say that something needs time to do. For example: It takes time to write a book.

We can also use it to say: "Take your time" which means don't hurry, you have as much time as you need.

It is also possible to say: Suzy didn't even take the time to do her homework. It is often used to say that you are annoyed that a person didn't do something well or carefully enough.
You have to __________ your time when getting to know a horse.

Solution:
take
Don't rush, Lucy. Just take your ______!

Solution:
time
Ben didn't even ______ the time to congratulate her on her birthday!

Solution:
take
Learning to ski ______ time.

Solution:
takes
Don't give up, learning a new language ______ time!

Solution:
takes
Oh, this is difficult. Can we take as much ______ as we want?

Solution:
time
No rush, just take your ______!

Solution:
time
It ______ time to finish a good painting.

Solution:
takes
He didn't even ______ the time to explain the exercise properly!

Solution:
take
Getting fit takes ______!

Solution:
time
My nephew didn't even __________ the time to say thank you!

Solution:
take
It ______ time to learn cooking.

Solution:
takes
Mrs Smith said that we can ______ our time.

Solution:
take