take part in something: meaning and explanation
To take part in something = to participate or be involved in something. e.g. I’m not very political now, but I took part in several big protests when I was younger.
Synonyms: join in with something, participate in something, to be involved in something.
Have a go at this dictation exercise to hear this phrasal verb being used in context – how much can you understand?
Write your answers to these questions in the comments section, and I’ll get back to you with some feedback:
- Do you have meetings at work? Are you the kind of person who likes to take part in the discussion, or do you let others do the talking?
- Is there anything that you regret taking part in? Or something that you regret not taking part in?
- Have you ever taken part in some kind of live performance, like a play or a concert? How did it go?
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