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  1. 1. Unit 9 HOW IT’S DONE Vocabulary Multi - Word Verbs Factual Talk Direction
  2. 2. BOOK BINDING PROCESS •Emerge = appear •Crude = unfinished ≠refined •Conveyor belt •Stage ≈ phase •Fold •Cover •Plate
  3. 3. VOCABULARY •Pour into •Go into •Print onto •Turn over •Emerge from •Put into •Pass through •Cut into •Pick up •Put together •Attach to •Hold together •Move along •Drop into •Cut off
  4. 4. Multi-word Verbs
  5. 5. Cut off Cut into Turn over Turn off Pick up Go over Come up against
  6. 6. MULTI-WORD VERBS •Consist of 2 parts •Verb •Particle •Preposition [OR] Adverb •Separable vs. Non-separable
  7. 7. TYPES OF MULTI-WORD VERBS •Verb + preposition •Verb + adverb •Verb + adverb + preposition
  8. 8. VERB + PREPOSITION •Transitive •Inseparable: verb/preposition/object •I’m looking at that beautiful painting. •I’m looking that beautiful painting at.
  9. 9. EXAMPLE •Ask for •Believe in •Count on •Do without •Go over •Look into •Pick on •Run into •See to •Take after
  10. 10. HOLD ON! •Verb and preposition can be separated •When the verb and the preposition require their own different objects •Verb/object/prepositon/object •Pour the milk into the glass
  11. 11. VERB + ADVERB •Both transitive & intransitive •Separable when an object is a pronoun •it must be placed between the verb and the adverb •They brought up a child. •They brought her up.
  12. 12. EXAMPLE - TRANSITIVE •The boy made up the story about the wolf. [invent] •The report leaves out crucial details. [exclude] •If you come to visit, I can put you up. [provide accommodation] •Google took over Youtube. [buy a company]
  13. 13. •The car broke down on a highway. [malfunction] •JK Rowling’s latest book, The Casual Vacancy, came out last month.[be published] •Cinderella turned up at the ball. [arrive unexpectedly] EXAMPLE - INTRANSITIVE
  14. 14. SAME WORD, DIFFERENT MEANING •Fill in the blank. [complete] •A substitute teacher fills in when the teacher-in-charge is ill. [replace] •Look up the words in the dictionary. [find meaning] •The situation is looking up. [show sign of improvement]
  15. 15. VERB + ADVERB + PREPOSITION •Most needs an object** •An object comes at the end •I came up with a solution. [think of] •I really look up to my parents. [think highly of, respect]
  16. 16. EXAMPLE •Drop in on [visit] •An old friend dropped in on me last weekend. •Get round to [find time to do] •I don’t get round to fix the roof. •Stand up for [defend] •You need to stand up for yourself.
  17. 17. •When there is no object, the last particle is omitted •Do you get along with your new classmates? Yes, we do get along well. [have friendly relationship] •I try to keep up with the economic climate. Despite the information overload, I try to keep up. [be updated] EXAMPLE
  18. 18. GIVE A FACTUAL TALK •To outline the structure of the talk at the beginning •I’d like to talk about ...: first, •I’ll be looking at •I’ve divided my talk into ... parts.
  19. 19. GIVE A FACTUAL TALK •To open a topic •Let’s begin with ... •The next thing is ... •Next, I’d like to say something about ... •Let’s move on to ... •Now let’s take a look at ...
  20. 20. GIVE A FACTUAL TALK •Close a topic •OK, that’s ... •That’s all I wanted to say about ... for now. •That’s it as far as ... concerned.
  21. 21. WAY/ROUTE/DIRECTION •Way can be used literally or figuratively •Excuse me, you are in my way. [you are blocking my path] •I want to win the competition, but she is in my way. [she makes my winning less possible] •Other uses of way •Either way •Work one’s way up •Out of one’s way •On the way