I would probably:I would probably:‘Chicken out’!‘Chicken out’!
How many of you would:How many of you would:‘‘Figure it outFigure it out’’??
Match the phrases with imagesMatch the phrases with images Ask outAsk out Blow upBlow up Look upLook up Mess it upMess it up Dress upDress up Drop inDrop in
Verb + Preposition (in, on, to etc)Verb + Preposition (in, on, to etc) Verb + Adverb (fast, immediately etc)Verb + Adverb (fast, immediately etc) It createsIt creates a new meaning which isa new meaning which isdifferentdifferent from the original verbfrom the original verbPhrasal verb =Phrasal verb =
Example:Example: II ran intoran into my teacher at the moviesmy teacher at the movieslast night.last night. run + into = meetrun + into = meet HeHe ran awayran away when he was 15.when he was 15. run +run +away = leave homeaway = leave home
I haveI have run outrun out of sugar.of sugar.How much sugar do I have left?How much sugar do I have left?
I can’tI can’t work outwork out how manyhow manydays there until Christmas.days there until Christmas.What is my problem?What is my problem?
I want you toI want you to give outgive out thesethesehandouts to everyone.handouts to everyone.What am I asking you to do?What am I asking you to do?
My bedroom is untidy. My girlfriendMy bedroom is untidy. My girlfriendtells me totells me to sort it outsort it out later.later.When will I clean my bedroom?When will I clean my bedroom?
I haveI have fallen outfallen out with my girlfriend.with my girlfriend.Is this a good or a bad thing?Is this a good or a bad thing?Did we argue?Did we argue?
II find outfind out that Phrasalthat Phrasalverbs are fun!verbs are fun!When did I learn they were fun?When did I learn they were fun?