Phrase: To Take Leave
In this episode, we learn what it means when someone says to TAKE LEAVE. You can take an annual leave or sick leave. Tune in to today’s episode to learn this new phrase. Enjoy :)
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Today we’re going to learn the phrase TO TAKE LEAVE.
Has anyone ever asked you if you’re taking any leave this month?
What do they mean by this?
Well, are you taking leave in December?
Are you taking leave for Christmas? New Year? And so on?
You don’t have to take leave just for Christmas. It can be for any holiday.
The “leave” in this case is a NOUN! Not a verb!
I’ll repeat it again.
The word LEAVE is a noun when used in this case. To take leave.
It is also spelled the same way as the verb: To LEAVE. Everyone knows about the verb LEAVE but not the noun. You probably didn’t know about the noun.
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