take (someone) around

Use this phrase to talk about giving someone a tour. You can give someone a tour of a city:

I had some friends come to visit from out of town, so I took them around and showed them the sights.

Or a company, school, etc:

Ana, why don't you take him around and show him where everything is?

The phrase "take ___ around" is more casual than "give ___ a tour".

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