I'll take it.

This is the standard phrase that people use when they decide to buy something. You say this to the salesperson after you've discussed the item for a while. You usually use this phrase when shopping for expensive items like:

  • a car
  • a house
  • tools
  • art

Notice that this phrase uses "I'll ___" which is short for "I will ___." One of the main ways that English speakers use "will" is to announce a decision that they've just made.

A: Oh, I love that picture.

B: Yeah? I'll send it to you.

This phrase appears in these lessons: