Again, as a non-native English speaker, you realize that some verbs have a different meaning when you add a second word. For example, the verb take, take in vs take on, they have different meanings. I will put here some examples and I will try to explain them.
I am pretty sure there are more meanings, but at least now you can use properly take on some context. This is really useful in your English exams such as CELPIP. Remember those exams evaluate a comprehensive knowledge of the English language; using the verb take correctly will make a difference in your writing or speaking tests.
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