Prendre is a very important verb in French. It’s used a lot in everyday speaking and it’s used for things you might not expect, where in English you would use verbs like “to have”, “to catch”, “to make”.
Often part of the battle of learning French is understanding how the French say certain things and constructing sentences in that way. There’s not always a direct translation from English to French, so you can’t always think about what you want to say in English and then translate it into French.
Notice that for food and drink we use prendre rather than avoir (to have), because it’s an intake of food or drink.
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