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ATTENTIONATTENTION
PHRASAL VERBS CLASSPHRASAL VERBS CLASS
SPEAK ENGLISH ONLYSPEAK ENGLISH ONLY
BY: teacher andrésBY: teach...
We can use the PHRASAL VERBS to expressWe can use the PHRASAL VERBS to express
an idea, activity or an action that happens...
PHRASAL VERBSPHRASAL VERBS
CLASSIFICATION:CLASSIFICATION:
INSEPARABLEINSEPARABLE
THOSE HAVE A SPECIFIC MEANING SO WETHOSE ...
PHRASAL VERBSPHRASAL VERBS
CLASSIFICATION:CLASSIFICATION:
SEPARABLESEPARABLE
THOSE MEAN DIFFERENT WHEN SEPARE THEM YOU SEP...
UPUP,, OUTOUT,, OFFOFF
LETS CONCENTRATE ONLETS CONCENTRATE ON
THESE WORDS; THEY GOTHESE WORDS; THEY GO
AT THE END OFAT THE...
UPUP
ACT UPACT UP
: MISBEHAVE IN A PLACE O MOMENT: MISBEHAVE IN A PLACE O MOMENT
““ THE CHILDREN ACT UP ALL NIGHT “THE CHI...
UPUP
BLEW UPBLEW UP
:: SUDDENLY BECOME VERY ANGRYSUDDENLY BECOME VERY ANGRY
““WHEN I TOLD JERRY THAT I HAD HAD ANWHEN I TO...
UPUP
END UPEND UP
: ARRIVE SOMEWHERE AS A RESULT OR CONSEQUENCE.: ARRIVE SOMEWHERE AS A RESULT OR CONSEQUENCE.
"YOU'RE WOR...
UPUP
ADD UPADD UP
: FIND THE TOTAL: FIND THE TOTAL
““WHAT IS THE TOTAL OF THE ACCOUNT?WHAT IS THE TOTAL OF THE ACCOUNT?
CP...
UPUP
CHEER UPCHEER UP
: HELP SOMEONE FEEL LESS DEPRESSED: HELP SOMEONE FEEL LESS DEPRESSED
OR SAD.OR SAD.
"SUZIE'S BROTHER...
OUTOUT
CHICKEN OUT CHICKEN OUT 
:: LOSE THE COURAGE TO DO SOMETHING ATLOSE THE COURAGE TO DO SOMETHING AT
THE LAST MINUTE....
OUTOUT
GET OUTGET OUT
: LEAVE A PLACE AS AN ORDER: LEAVE A PLACE AS AN ORDER
PLEASE GO OUT. DID NOT YOU HEARPLEASE GO OUT....
OUTOUT
DRAW OUTDRAW OUT  
: PROLONG SOMETHING FAR BEYOND THE NORMAL LIMITS.: PROLONG SOMETHING FAR BEYOND THE NORMAL LIMIT...
OUTOUT
FILL OUTFILL OUT  
: COMPLETE A FORM BY ADDING REQUIRED: COMPLETE A FORM BY ADDING REQUIRED
INFORMATION.INFORMATION...
OFFOFF
GOOF OFFGOOF OFF
:: BE LAZY; DO NOTHING IN PARTICULAR.BE LAZY; DO NOTHING IN PARTICULAR.
A: "DO YOU HAVE ANY SPECIA...
OFFOFF
BEG OFFBEG OFF  
: ASK TO BE EXCUSED FROM DOING SOMETHING.: ASK TO BE EXCUSED FROM DOING SOMETHING.
AT FIRST SANDRA...
OFFOFFTURN OFFTURN OFF
: TO FINISH A CURRENT ACTION.: TO FINISH A CURRENT ACTION.
““JUANJUAN TURNTURN THE LIGHTSTHE LIGHTS...
OFFOFF
RIP OFFRIP OFF  
: CHEAT; TAKE ADVANTAGE OF.: CHEAT; TAKE ADVANTAGE OF.
"DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT BUYING A"DON'T EVEN...
REMEMBERREMEMBER
THE MEANING OFTHE MEANING OF INSEPARABLEINSEPARABLE
PRHASAL VERBS IS ONLY ONEPRHASAL VERBS IS ONLY ONE
AN...
GO FORWARD AND ENJOY THEGO FORWARD AND ENJOY THE
MEANINGMEANING
REFERENCESREFERENCES
WEHMEIER, Sally. Oxford AdvancedWEHMEIER, Sally. Oxford Advanced
Learner’s Dictionary of current Engl...
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  1. 1. ATTENTIONATTENTION PHRASAL VERBS CLASSPHRASAL VERBS CLASS SPEAK ENGLISH ONLYSPEAK ENGLISH ONLY BY: teacher andrésBY: teacher andrés martínezmartínez
  2. 2. We can use the PHRASAL VERBS to expressWe can use the PHRASAL VERBS to express an idea, activity or an action that happens inan idea, activity or an action that happens in certain moments of life and with specificcertain moments of life and with specific purposes .purposes . Objective:Objective: To explore some phrasal verbs and its uses inTo explore some phrasal verbs and its uses in different situations using them with specificdifferent situations using them with specific purposes.purposes. PHRASAL VERBSPHRASAL VERBS
  3. 3. PHRASAL VERBSPHRASAL VERBS CLASSIFICATION:CLASSIFICATION: INSEPARABLEINSEPARABLE THOSE HAVE A SPECIFIC MEANING SO WETHOSE HAVE A SPECIFIC MEANING SO WE CAN NOT SEPARE THEM.CAN NOT SEPARE THEM. EG:EG: "WHAT'S WRONG WITH BOB? HE'S ACTING"WHAT'S WRONG WITH BOB? HE'S ACTING LIKE AN IDIOT.“LIKE AN IDIOT.“ ACT LIKEACT LIKE MEANINGMEANING BEHAVE IN A WAY THAT'S LIKE ABEHAVE IN A WAY THAT'S LIKE A PERSON.PERSON.
  4. 4. PHRASAL VERBSPHRASAL VERBS CLASSIFICATION:CLASSIFICATION: SEPARABLESEPARABLE THOSE MEAN DIFFERENT WHEN SEPARE THEM YOU SEPARETHOSE MEAN DIFFERENT WHEN SEPARE THEM YOU SEPARE THEM TO REAFFIRM ITS MEANING.THEM TO REAFFIRM ITS MEANING. EG:EG:“NANCY HAS A NEW BOYFRIEND. PABLO ASKED HER OUT“NANCY HAS A NEW BOYFRIEND. PABLO ASKED HER OUT LAST NIGHT”LAST NIGHT” ASK OUTASK OUT MEANINGMEANING PABLO WANDERS WHAT IS NANCY’S SECRETPABLO WANDERS WHAT IS NANCY’S SECRET
  5. 5. UPUP,, OUTOUT,, OFFOFF LETS CONCENTRATE ONLETS CONCENTRATE ON THESE WORDS; THEY GOTHESE WORDS; THEY GO AT THE END OFAT THE END OF DIFFERENT VERBS, USEDIFFERENT VERBS, USE THEM IN A SEPARATETHEM IN A SEPARATE AND INSEPARATE WAYAND INSEPARATE WAY
  6. 6. UPUP ACT UPACT UP : MISBEHAVE IN A PLACE O MOMENT: MISBEHAVE IN A PLACE O MOMENT ““ THE CHILDREN ACT UP ALL NIGHT “THE CHILDREN ACT UP ALL NIGHT “ BACK UPBACK UP : MOVE IN REVERSE: MOVE IN REVERSE ““YOU MISSED THE PARKING SPACE. YOUYOU MISSED THE PARKING SPACE. YOU WILL HAVE TOWILL HAVE TO BACK UPBACK UP AND TRYAND TRY AGAIN”AGAIN”
  7. 7. UPUP BLEW UPBLEW UP :: SUDDENLY BECOME VERY ANGRYSUDDENLY BECOME VERY ANGRY ““WHEN I TOLD JERRY THAT I HAD HAD ANWHEN I TOLD JERRY THAT I HAD HAD AN ACCIDENT WITH HIS CAR, HE ACCIDENT WITH HIS CAR, HE BLEW UPBLEW UP”” CLAM UP CLAM UP  : SUDDENLY REFUSES TO TALK ABOUT: SUDDENLY REFUSES TO TALK ABOUT SOMETHING.SOMETHING. "LAURA COULD NOT TALK ABOUT THE"LAURA COULD NOT TALK ABOUT THE ACCIDENT. WHEN I ASKED HER WHATACCIDENT. WHEN I ASKED HER WHAT HAPPENED, SHE HAPPENED, SHE CLAMMED UPCLAMMED UP..””
  8. 8. UPUP END UPEND UP : ARRIVE SOMEWHERE AS A RESULT OR CONSEQUENCE.: ARRIVE SOMEWHERE AS A RESULT OR CONSEQUENCE. "YOU'RE WORKING TOO HARD. IF YOU DO NOT REST,"YOU'RE WORKING TOO HARD. IF YOU DO NOT REST, YOU'LLYOU'LL END UPEND UP IN THE HOSPITAL!“IN THE HOSPITAL!“ GIVE UPGIVE UP : DECIDE NOT TO TRY.: DECIDE NOT TO TRY. A: "WHAT'S BLACK AND WHITE AND RED ALL OVER?"A: "WHAT'S BLACK AND WHITE AND RED ALL OVER?" B: "IB: "I GIVE UPGIVE UP. WHAT?". WHAT?" A: "AN EMBARRASSED ZEBRA!"A: "AN EMBARRASSED ZEBRA!"
  9. 9. UPUP ADD UPADD UP : FIND THE TOTAL: FIND THE TOTAL ““WHAT IS THE TOTAL OF THE ACCOUNT?WHAT IS THE TOTAL OF THE ACCOUNT? CPULD YOUCPULD YOU ADDADD THEMTHEM UPUP AND SEE?”AND SEE?” BURN UP BURN UP  : CAUSE SOMEONE TO BECOME: CAUSE SOMEONE TO BECOME VERY ANGRY.VERY ANGRY. "DID YOU HEAR HOW RUDELY CARLOS TALKED TO"DID YOU HEAR HOW RUDELY CARLOS TALKED TO ME? THAT REALLYME? THAT REALLY  BURNEDBURNED  ME ME UPUP!"!"
  10. 10. UPUP CHEER UPCHEER UP : HELP SOMEONE FEEL LESS DEPRESSED: HELP SOMEONE FEEL LESS DEPRESSED OR SAD.OR SAD. "SUZIE'S BROTHER WAS DEPRESSED ABOUT NOT GETTING A"SUZIE'S BROTHER WAS DEPRESSED ABOUT NOT GETTING A PROMOTION, SO SHE SENT HIM A FUNNY CARDPROMOTION, SO SHE SENT HIM A FUNNY CARD TOTO CHEERCHEER HIMHIM UPUP.“.“ MADE UPMADE UP : INVENT INFORMATION.: INVENT INFORMATION. "CLAUDIA'S STORY IS HARD TO BELIEVE. I'M SURE"CLAUDIA'S STORY IS HARD TO BELIEVE. I'M SURE SHESHE MADEMADE ITIT UPUP."."
  11. 11. OUTOUT CHICKEN OUT CHICKEN OUT  :: LOSE THE COURAGE TO DO SOMETHING ATLOSE THE COURAGE TO DO SOMETHING AT THE LAST MINUTE.THE LAST MINUTE. ““PEDRO SAID HE WAS GOING TO ASK PAOLAPEDRO SAID HE WAS GOING TO ASK PAOLA FOR A DATE, BUT HE FOR A DATE, BUT HE CHICKENED OUTCHICKENED OUT.“.“ FIND OUTFIND OUT :: LEARN / GET INFORMATION.LEARN / GET INFORMATION. THE TEACHER TOLD US TOTHE TEACHER TOLD US TO FIND OUTFIND OUT INFORMATION ABOUT SIMON BOLIVAR, BUTINFORMATION ABOUT SIMON BOLIVAR, BUT WE DID NOT FINDWE DID NOT FIND..
  12. 12. OUTOUT GET OUTGET OUT : LEAVE A PLACE AS AN ORDER: LEAVE A PLACE AS AN ORDER PLEASE GO OUT. DID NOT YOU HEARPLEASE GO OUT. DID NOT YOU HEAR ME !ME !GET OUTGET OUT¡¡ LUCK OUTLUCK OUT : BE UNEXPECTEDLY LUCKY.: BE UNEXPECTEDLY LUCKY. "GLORIA WAS WORRIED BECAUSE SHE"GLORIA WAS WORRIED BECAUSE SHE WASN'T PREPARED TO GIVE A REPORT ATWASN'T PREPARED TO GIVE A REPORT AT THE MEETING, BUT SHE THE MEETING, BUT SHE LUCKEDLUCKED OUTOUT BECAUSE THE MEETING WAS BECAUSE THE MEETING WAS POSTPONED."POSTPONED."
  13. 13. OUTOUT DRAW OUTDRAW OUT   : PROLONG SOMETHING FAR BEYOND THE NORMAL LIMITS.: PROLONG SOMETHING FAR BEYOND THE NORMAL LIMITS. "I THOUGHT THAT SPEECH WOULD NEVER END. THE SPEAKER"I THOUGHT THAT SPEECH WOULD NEVER END. THE SPEAKER COULD HAVE SAID EVERYTHING IMPORTANT IN ABOUTCOULD HAVE SAID EVERYTHING IMPORTANT IN ABOUT FIVE MINUTES, BUT HE FIVE MINUTES, BUT HE DREWDREW  THE SPEECH THE SPEECH OUTOUT FOR OVER FOR OVER AN HOURAN HOUR FIGURE OUTFIGURE OUT   : LOGICALLY FIND OUT THE ANSWER TO A PROBLEM: LOGICALLY FIND OUT THE ANSWER TO A PROBLEM "FOR A LONG TIME I COULDN'T UNDERSTAND THE LAST"FOR A LONG TIME I COULDN'T UNDERSTAND THE LAST PROBLEM, BUT I FINALLY PROBLEM, BUT I FINALLY FIGUREDFIGURED IT  IT OUTOUT."."
  14. 14. OUTOUT FILL OUTFILL OUT   : COMPLETE A FORM BY ADDING REQUIRED: COMPLETE A FORM BY ADDING REQUIRED INFORMATION.INFORMATION. "OF COURSE I COMPLETED MY APPLICATION!"OF COURSE I COMPLETED MY APPLICATION! II  FILLEDFILLED  ITIT  OUTOUT AND SEND IT BY MAIL OVER AND SEND IT BY MAIL OVER THREE WEEKS AGO!“THREE WEEKS AGO!“ KICK OUT KICK OUT  : FORCE SOMEONE TO LEAVE BECAUSE OF HIS/HER: FORCE SOMEONE TO LEAVE BECAUSE OF HIS/HER UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR.UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR. ““THE BAR’S PERSONNELTHE BAR’S PERSONNEL KICKEDKICKED HIM  HIM OUTOUT  BECAUSEBECAUSE HE DIDN'T PAY FOR THE SERVICEHE DIDN'T PAY FOR THE SERVICE”.”.
  15. 15. OFFOFF GOOF OFFGOOF OFF :: BE LAZY; DO NOTHING IN PARTICULAR.BE LAZY; DO NOTHING IN PARTICULAR. A: "DO YOU HAVE ANY SPECIAL PLANS FOR YOURA: "DO YOU HAVE ANY SPECIAL PLANS FOR YOUR VACATION?"VACATION?" B: "NO. I'M JUST GOING TO STAY HOME ANDB: "NO. I'M JUST GOING TO STAY HOME AND GOOFGOOF OFF."OFF." CALL OFFCALL OFF : CANCEL SOMETHING THAT HAS BEEN: CANCEL SOMETHING THAT HAS BEEN DECIDEDDECIDED ““THE HUSBAND DECIDED TOTHE HUSBAND DECIDED TO CALL OFFCALL OFF THETHE WEDDING.WEDDING.
  16. 16. OFFOFF BEG OFFBEG OFF   : ASK TO BE EXCUSED FROM DOING SOMETHING.: ASK TO BE EXCUSED FROM DOING SOMETHING. AT FIRST SANDRA SAID SHE WOULD GO TE THEAT FIRST SANDRA SAID SHE WOULD GO TE THE PARTY.PARTY. LATER SHE LATER SHE BEGGED OFFBEGGED OFF.“.“ SHOW OFFSHOW OFF :: ACT EXTRA SPECIAL WHEN PEOPLE WATCHACT EXTRA SPECIAL WHEN PEOPLE WATCH ““HE ALWAYS HE ALWAYS SHOWS OFFSHOWS OFF ON HIS SOCCER MATCH ON HIS SOCCER MATCH””
  17. 17. OFFOFFTURN OFFTURN OFF : TO FINISH A CURRENT ACTION.: TO FINISH A CURRENT ACTION. ““JUANJUAN TURNTURN THE LIGHTSTHE LIGHTS OFFOFF,, PLEASE”PLEASE” LAY OFFLAY OFF : DISMISS SOMEONE FROM A JOB: DISMISS SOMEONE FROM A JOB "I FEEL REALLY SORRY PAOLA'S FAMILY. HER"I FEEL REALLY SORRY PAOLA'S FAMILY. HER FATHER WASFATHER WAS LAIDLAID OFFOFF YESTERDAY."YESTERDAY."
  18. 18. OFFOFF RIP OFFRIP OFF   : CHEAT; TAKE ADVANTAGE OF.: CHEAT; TAKE ADVANTAGE OF. "DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT BUYING A"DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT BUYING A CAR THERE.CAR THERE. THEYTHEY WILL WILL RIPRIP  YOU YOU OFFOFF.“.“ PUTPUT  OFFOFF ::POSTPONEPOSTPONE THE PRESIDENTTHE PRESIDENT PUTPUT THETHE ENGAGEMENTENGAGEMENT OFFOFF BECAUSE OFBECAUSE OF PERSONAL ISSUESPERSONAL ISSUES
  19. 19. REMEMBERREMEMBER THE MEANING OFTHE MEANING OF INSEPARABLEINSEPARABLE PRHASAL VERBS IS ONLY ONEPRHASAL VERBS IS ONLY ONE AND IS GIVEN AS AAND IS GIVEN AS A CONSEQUENCE.CONSEQUENCE. AND THE MEANING OFAND THE MEANING OF SEPARABLESEPARABLE PRHASAL VERBS IS GIVEN WHENPRHASAL VERBS IS GIVEN WHEN CONCENTRATE THECONCENTRATE THE INFORMATION ON THE OBJECTINFORMATION ON THE OBJECT THAT IS MENTIONED.THAT IS MENTIONED.
  20. 20. GO FORWARD AND ENJOY THEGO FORWARD AND ENJOY THE MEANINGMEANING
  21. 21. REFERENCESREFERENCES WEHMEIER, Sally. Oxford AdvancedWEHMEIER, Sally. Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of current English.Learner’s Dictionary of current English. Oxford University Press, sixth edition.Oxford University Press, sixth edition. 2000.2000. http://www.usingenglish.comhttp://www.usingenglish.com http://www.dailywritingtips.comhttp://www.dailywritingtips.com
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