In England, we say, “Take a pew,” to invite someone to sit down. In the U.S. we say, “Take a seat.” It is more casual than, “Please be seated.”

Other things we “take” are a shower, a bath, a break, and a rest. You can invite people to take a break, but it may be impolite to tell someone to take a shower!

イギリスでは「Take a pew」で人を座るように促します。アメリカでは「Take a seat」になります。「どうぞお座りください」ではなくて、「まあ、座りな」みたいなカジュアルな言い方です。