Phrasel verbs ( 2 words verbs )

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  • 1. Roksolana Zelinska PHRASAL VERBS What are they…? How do you use them correctly?
  • 2. Phrasal verbs are commonly used in English, so it’s important to learn them! A phrasal verb has 2(or more) parts: 1) a verb 2) and a preposition (at least one) *often a phrasal verb has a specialspecial meaningmeaning Roksolana Zelinska
  • 3. Roksolana Zelinska VERB look make put take get run bring break turn carry... up on down out of over off out for... + PREPOSITION or PARTICLE +
  • 4. Roksolana Zelinska VERB look make put take get run bring break turn carry + PREPOSITION or PARTICLE for = search up = invent out = extinguish off = leave the ground over = recover out of = have none left up = rear, educate down = collapse up = appear unexpectedly on = continue
  • 5. Roksolana Zelinska VERB+ PARTICLE + PREPOSITION keep up withkeep up with advance at the same pace run out ofrun out of have none left put up withput up with bear patiently look forward tolook forward to expect with pleasure
  • 6. Roksolana Zelinska literal idiomatic I’ve taken up golf.Take off your jacket. Put out the cat. Look at the picture. The car broke down. Only 20 people turned up. Phrasal verbs express a particular meaning:
  • 7. Roksolana Zelinska PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERALLITERAL AND IDIOMATICIDIOMATIC MEANING PUT OUTPUT OUT I always put output out the cat at night. Put outPut out the cigarette, please. (extinguish)
  • 8. Roksolana Zelinska PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERALLITERAL AND IDIOMATICIDIOMATIC MEANING PICK UPPICK UP Can you pick uppick up the diskette for me, please? I dropped it. I picked uppicked up some new slang expressions while watching that movie. (learn)
  • 9. Roksolana Zelinska PHRASAL VERBS WITH LookLook Look after -Look after - means to take care of someone or something When I have to travel on business, my parents usually Look afterLook after my children. I Look afterLook after the office when my colleagues are away on business. .
  • 10. PHRASAL VERBS WITH LookLook Roksolana Zelinska Look down on -Look down on - means to think something or someone is inferior. Don't look down onlook down on him just because he left school at 16. He has been very successful.
  • 11. PHRASAL VERBS WITH LookLook Roksolana Zelinska Look into -Look into - means to examine a problem or situation. We have set up a working group to look intoto look into the problem.