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Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
Drop somebody or something off
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  • 1. Phrasal verbs
  • 2. DROP somebody or something OFF
  • 3. Will you drop the kids off at school on your way into town?
  • 4. We dropped off our bags at thehotel and then went to explore the city.
  • 5. You can drop me off here if you like. It´s not far to walk.
  • 6. Where would you like to be dropped off?
  • 7. a) You take somebody in your car and leave them somewhere.b) You make or help somebody leave a place.a) You let something fall out of your hand.b) You deliver something somewhere.
  • 8. a) I dropped my friends off.b) I dropped off my friends.c) I dropped them off.d) I dropped off them.e) They were dropped off.
  • 9. a) Could you drop me off _________________outside the hotel, please? drop your books offb) I work near the library. Shall I ___________ for you? Shall I drop you off?c) Where _____________________________? ‘Justhere will be fine, thanks.’
  • 10. a) I was dropped off right outside my house, which was great. √b) Oh no! I forgot to drop off that packagefor my boss! √c) Sue s driving – why don t you ask her todrop off? X ... to drop you off?
  • 11. • The opposite of drop somebody or something off is pick somebody or something up:• Parents can drop off or pick up their children outside the school.
  • 12. THE END

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