Phrasal verbs part I


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the Topic of the this ppt: Phrasal verbs
lesson type: Grammar
Level: High school students / foreign learners of English as a foreigh language.
Materials used : pictures including phrasal verbs
what the learner should do first to read the sentences, find the phrasal verbs and then figure out its meaning from the context.

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Phrasal verbs part I

  1. 1. GrammarGrammar  Presented by Imane Jaabouk (A high school English teacher in Morocco)
  2. 2. What is a phrasal verb?  A phrasal verb consists of two parts: the main verb and a preposition ( called also the particleparticle)  For eg:  Get up The main verb Or the base verb The preposition/ The particle
  3. 3.  Read the following slides  Try to find the phrasal verbs  Read again and try to find the meaning the the phrasal verbs
  4. 4. The value of the dollar goes up
  5. 5. Go up: to move higher/ increase/ rise (‫)الزيادة‬
  6. 6. The value of the Euro goes down
  7. 7. Go down: to decrease
  8. 8. Liven up your meals with fresh herbs and spices
  9. 9. Liven up: to make something more interesting
  10. 10. It is the end of the year and I’m so stressed and tired. I’m going to liven up myself a little bit by going for a run in the forest
  11. 11. Liven up: to make something /Liven up: to make something / become more energeticbecome more energetic
  12. 12. Put someone down: to make someone feel unimportant
  13. 13. Join in : to become involved in an activity with other people
  14. 14. When i was sick, the whole family rallied together
  15. 15. Rally together: to support each other
  16. 16. You were bad at English last year. But now your English has come along recently
  17. 17. Come along: to develop/ to improve
  18. 18. If you go on smoking, you will finish up dead
  19. 19. Finish up: end up
  20. 20. Hassan Tower dates back to the era of Mowadine.
  21. 21.  Date back to : to have existed since a particular time/ a particular length of time
  22. 22. I’m 70. From time to time, I look back on my wedding day with Maria.
  23. 23. Look back: to think about something in the past
  24. 24. Look ahead: to think about what’s going on in the future
  25. 25. Leave someone/ somthing behind: to leave a place without taking someone or something with you.
  26. 26. We should pair up for 5 minutes so as to do exercise n°3
  27. 27. Pair upPair up: to join together temporarily with another person to do something
  28. 28. When we work together, each one of us put his / her opinions across.
  29. 29. Put something acrossPut something across: to express ideas/ opinions clearly so that people understand them easily.
  30. 30. Some countries are still lagging behind while others have quickly progressed
  31. 31. Lag behind: to move slowly
  32. 32. Cheer up: to feel happier