B2 First Vocabulary:

Take after

Take after is another B2 level phrasal verb that may come up in your exam. It means to be similar in either looks or characteristics to an older member of your family, typically a parent or grandparent.

Below are examples of how 'Take after' could be used in the B2 First (FCE) exam.
Speaking Part 1:

Examiner: “Who do you take after in your family?”

Candidate: “People have always said I take after my father, not because we look alike but because we have the same sense of humour…”

Reading and Use of English Part 4:

People say that I am very similar to my mother


People say that I ………………………… my mother

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