One the of the MOST common mistakes made by Spanish speakers is when they talk about food and drink and they use the verb "take".
This is not the correct verb to use in English and you need to use "have" instead.
So a common mistake might be: "Do you want to TAKE a beer?"
This is wrong and you need to say: Do you want to HAVE a beer?
The same is true for food. The only situation where we use "take" is with medicine: "I need to TAKE a paracetamol".
I hope that helps.
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