Today’s Word: take in

July 7, 2018 =========

☆  take in  吸収する


There are many different ways to use “take in” but today’s meaning is that you pay attention to something and understand it when you hear it or read it. In other words, you absorb or internalize that information. Here are some example sentences:

I really enjoyed his lecture, I took in everything he said.
There’s so much to take in!
Babies are amazing, they just take in everything around them.
I wish I was better able to take in what my English teacher teaches me.

Can you use “take in” in a sentence?