I've heard these forms for the same purposes, and I'm not sure what's more natural since most of these speakers are not really native English speakers. Which of these are correct?
Friend: Do you have the complete homework?
I: Yes, I do. You can take it "off"/ "from" / "away from" me today afternoon.
The choices are:
"To take something from someone"
"To take something away from someone"
To take something off someone"