Solutions for: App 397 / Take Time to (2)

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.
Why does it ______ so much time?

Solution:
take
______ your time, John! There is no rush.

Solution:
Take
My dad didn't even take the ______ to ask me about it.

Solution:
time
Learning to drive ______ time!

Solution:
takes
Learning to skateboard can be tricky, but you'll get there if you take the ______.

Solution:
time
Always ______ the time to do a job properly!

Solution:
take
You don't need to hurry, just take your ______!

Solution:
time
Olivia ______ her time with learning the new dance moves.

Solution:
takes
Can you take ______ off work to watch my football game tomorrow?

Solution:
time
It ______ time to become a professional athlete.

Solution:
takes
No need to hurry, ______ your time!

Solution:
take
Feeling confident to speak in front of others ______ time.

Solution:
takes
Can I take my ______ browsing in your shop or are you closing soon?

Solution:
time