I took a walk.
She took my hand.
He took a day off.
I took Highway 58.
He took off his hat.
The man took my arm.
She took pity on him.
We took turns driving.
He took out some coins.
She took a deep breath.
She took him to the zoo.
He took off his overcoat.
She took him to the lake.
She took him to the store.
He took out his handkerchief.
Do you know who took the call?
I took the children to school.
My mother took my temperature.
She took care of the children.
She took him for all his money.
We took turns with the driving.
He took back everything he said.
She took a taxi to the hospital.
He took a coin out of his pocket.
She took a walk before breakfast.
I took on the job of proofreading.
John took a key out of his pocket.
Mary took out the eggs one by one.
He stood up and took a deep breath.
It took all night to climb Mt Fuji.
Tom took part in the summer festival.
I took my temperature every six hours.
We took him to the hospital right away.
I saw the picture you took of that fish.
I took the elevator to the fourth floor.
I'm afraid I took your umbrella by mistake.
The pain went away because I took the pills.
Washing the car took longer than we expected.
Tom took his girlfriend out on Saturday night.
I had a headache, and I took the day off today.
We took a back road to avoid the heavy traffic.
My sister took care of the dog while I was away.
Tom took off his clothes and put on his pajamas.
He took a look at the newspaper before going to bed.
The boy took off his clothes and put on his pajamas.
I took it for granted that she would come to our wedding.
It took more than a month to get over my cold, but I'm OK now.
We all took for granted that the professor could speak English.
He was curious about how it would taste, so he took a small bite.
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
She advised him to take a long holiday, so he immediately quit work and took a trip around the world.