When do exactly we choose to use have or take? They look sort of having similar context
I have a bath
I take a bath
And by the way, I saw that
I take a chance
Can't be transformed to
I have a chance
Moreover, If there's a verb used like the bath, it means the bath is no more a verb but a noun right?
Also very important is that , can they be applied randomly to *
a verb or a noun?
- I take a choose
- I take an option ( this one makes sense but I mean in the context of delexical verb)
*EDIT: My mistake , bath is actually not "a verb transformed to a noun, but its absolutely a noun."
So my concerns would be if they can be used interchangeably? And be applied to random noun?