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Presentado Por: Estefany Lorena Ávila Peña
Presentado a: Royer Darío Ramos
Curso: Ingles B1+
WELCOME TO MY BLOG
Below explain a bit about it worked
then present some hope phrasal
verbs are to your liking.
1. Some phrasal verbs two different meanings:
Take up: begin a new activity (I took up horse riding last
Take up: accept an offer or invitation (she took up the job
Turn down: reduce volume (Please turn down the radio.)
Turn down: reject (She turned down our invitation.)
Turn up: increase volume (Pease turn up the radio.) an
Turn up: appear (He turned up at the party without
2. Most phrasal verbs that take an object can be separated by
You should give this job up. Let’ pick the boxes up.
If you replace the object by a pronoun, you must put the
pronoun between the two parts:
Should I give up this job? Yes, you should give it up. (NOT: give
Shall we pick up the children? Yes, let’s pick them
up.(NOT: pick up them)
3.There are a few phrasal verbs that cannot be separated by
I came across the book by chance. I came the book across by
I came across it by chance. I came it across by chance.
And of course, there is nothing to worry about when the verb is
(doesn’t take an object):
My TV has broken down.
I stayed up all night.
4. A few phrasal verbs take a second preposition:
I am behind with my emails. I must catch up on
We want to compensate for this mistake. How
can we make up for it?
This noise is intolerable. I cannot put up with it.
1. Try to keep the wet
dog out of the living
2. My wife backed me up over my
decision to quit my job.
3. We have to
work out the
total cost before
we buy the
4. Most of my make-up wore off
before I got to the party.
5. You can warm your feet up in
front of the fireplace.
6. Our cat turned
up after we put
posters up all
7. I'll have to think this job offer
over before I make my final
8. We heard the news as soon as
we switched on the car radio.
9. Let's run
lines one more time
before the show.
10. I don't think I can put up with
three small children in the car.