Phrasal verb/Idiom: take after someone
— My son takes after his grandfather with his musical talent.
— It’s strange but I don’t really take after anyone in my family—everyone is short and has dark hair while I’m tall with blonde hair and green eyes.
— Yes, I know I don't take after anyone in my family. It's because I'm adopted.
— Many people say my daughter takes after me but I don't see it.
— I hope my children don't take after me! I have a huge chin.
— My sister is very talented in sports. She takes after my father's side of the family.
— A: Your ability to learn languages is amazing. B: Thank you. I take after my grandfather.
— Our son takes after his father in looks but get his brains from me.
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