He **took off** his hat.

He **took off** his coat.

She **took off** her coat.

The plane **took off** at .

He **took off** his glasses.

The boy **took off** his cap.

He **took off** his overcoat.

The plane **took off** at a.

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The plane **took off** easily.

The plane **took off** at seven.

The plane **took off** just now.

The airplane **took off** on time.

She **took off** the lid of the box.

The plane **took off** exactly at six.

One plane after another **took off**.

jakov

The plane **took off** one hour behind time.

He **took off** his coat and put it on again.

Two jet planes **took off** at the same time.

I was very nervous as the plane **took off**.

As it got warmer, I **took off** the sweater.

He **took off** his hat and made a polite bow.

A passenger airplane **took off** for the USA.

Our pointer **took off** after a big deer.

Swift

Our plane **took off** exactly at p.

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The airplane **took off** for London last night.