To carry or bring with one; convey.
This verb TAKE is usually inflected, following spatial agreement with the pronouns or subject/object in a sentence.
Verb inflection: to take me or to bring me to.
To take her/him.
Gloss: boy ix refuse take spelling test.[neg]
English equivalent: The boy refused to take the spelling test.
The negation (shaking head) is used between the "refuse" and the end "test." The use of indexing (ix) is considered a determiner (equivalent to "the" in English).