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  • PART 1
  • 1. You will have to run if you want to catch the bus.2. I ran into an old school-friend at the mall.3. A taxi accidentally ran over a poor cat in the driveway.4. The child ran away from home and has been missing for three days.5. I ran out of shampoo so I had to wash my hair with soap.6. We ran up against some problems finding enough money .
  • 1. You will have to run if you want to catch the bus.2. I ran into an old school-friend at the mall.3. A taxi accidentally ran over a poor cat in the driveway.4. The child ran away from home and has been missing for three days.5. I ran out of shampoo so I had to wash my hair with soap.6. We ran up against some problems finding enough money .
  • VERB + PREPOSITION or PARTICLElook up make on +put down take out ofget run overbring off break outturn for... carry...
  • VERB+ PARTICLE + PREPOSITION keep up with advance at the same pace run out of have none left put up with bear patientlylook forward to expect with pleasure
  • upIn/into out Target down
  • 1. What is a phrasal verb?o It’s consisting of a verb and a particle (preposition oradverb). prepositions: in, on, from, for, into, up… etc. adverbs: ahead, away, back… etc.o Usually, the meaning of a phrasal verb can’t be guessedfrom the its parts if they are considered separately.For Example:I ran into an old school-friend at the mall.
  • PHRASAL VERBS Can you pick up the diskette for me, please? I dropped it. Put out the cigarette, please. (extinguish)
  • The plane took off 10 minutes ago. (leave the ground)Take off that funny party hat. You lookstupid in it.
  • As we are too exhausted to cook we decided to eatout.He suddenly showed up.
  • Let’s listen to a cocktail of songs
  • PracticeWhat are the phrasal verbes mentioned in the songs?
  • Put each phrasal verbes in the right place1. She brought up three sons on her own.2. It can take a long time before they get over their mother death.3. If you carry on spending money like that, you will end up in debt.4. The glass fell apart when the waiter slipped.5. Have you ever come across such horrible person in all your life?6. Is that the best you can come up with?7. He is a self centered, nobody gets along with him.8. Whatever happens to one, life goes on.9. our relation had fallen apart before getting married? Helena Turk
  • Correction1. She brought up three sons on her own.2. It can take a long time before they get over their mother death.3. If you carry on spending money like that, you will end up in debt.4. The glass fell apart when the waiter slipped.5. Have you ever come across such horrible person in all your life?6. Is that the best you can come up with?7. He is a self centered, nobody gets along with him.8. Whatever happens to one, life goes on.9. our relation had fallen apart before getting married? Helena Turk