Hang on // Let me check // Take your time

Today we will review three new Expressions. Hang on, Let me check, and Take your time. Review the definitions below and then look at the 3 example sentences for each expression. After reviewing the information, try to make your own examples for each expression.

EXPRESSIONMEANING
Hang on(To wait a while)
Let me check(Let me further investigate the issue or information)
Take your time(To not hurry)

HANG ON

#EXAMPLES
1Hang on a second. I need to talk to you.
2Do you mind hanging on for a minute?
3I had to hang on because she was busy.

LET ME CHECK

#EXAMPLES
1Would you mind waiting for a little bit and letting me check things out?
2A: “Do you have this shirt in my size?” B: “Let me check for you.”
3A: "Do you know what time we have to leave?” B: “Wait, let me check.”

TAKE YOUR TIME

#EXAMPLES
1She took her time before answering the question.
2He had to take his time so that he wouldn’t make mistakes.
3Doctors have to take their time when they work with their patients.

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Padma Jadhav
Padma Jadhav
4 years ago

hang on a minute,let me check the appointments.
will you please tell me the departure time?,wait let me check it for you.
don’t rush in.take your own time and answer the question

Alitaha
Alitaha
2 years ago

Alitaha

Benjamin Ikechukwu
Benjamin Ikechukwu
2 years ago

I am taking my time to learn English.

Madina
Madina
1 year ago

I usually check my homework before l show it to my teacher

Madina
Madina
1 year ago

I take my time before doing this much hard work

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