PHRASAL VERBSPART 1
VERB          +   PREPOSITION or PARTICLElook                        up        make                                   onpu...
VERB          +       PREPOSITION or PARTICLElook    for       =     searchmake    up        =     inventput     out      ...
VERB+      PARTICLE +     PREPOSITION keep up with           advance at the same pace  run out of               have none ...
Phrasal verbs express a particular meaning:  literal                   idiomaticTake off your jacket.     I’ve taken up go...
PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERAL AND     IDIOMATIC MEANING           PUT OUT           I always put out the cat at night.       ...
PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERAL AND     IDIOMATIC MEANING            PICK UP          Can you pick up the diskette for me,     ...
PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERAL AND     IDIOMATIC MEANING            TAKE OFF          Take off that funny party hat. You look ...
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  1. 1. PHRASAL VERBSPART 1
  2. 2. VERB + PREPOSITION or PARTICLElook up make onput down take + out ofget run overbring off break outturn for... carry...
  3. 3. VERB + PREPOSITION or PARTICLElook for = searchmake up = inventput out = extinguishtake off = leave the groundget over = recoverrun out of = have none leftbring up = rear, educatebreak down = collapseturn up = appear unexpectedlycarry on = continue
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. Phrasal verbs express a particular meaning: literal idiomaticTake off your jacket. I’ve taken up golf.Put out the cat. The car broke down.Look at the picture. Only 20 people turned up.
  6. 6. PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERAL AND IDIOMATIC MEANING PUT OUT I always put out the cat at night. Put out the cigarette, please. (extinguish)
  7. 7. PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERAL AND IDIOMATIC MEANING PICK UP Can you pick up the diskette for me, please? I dropped it. I picked up some new slang expressions while watching that movie. (learn)
  8. 8. PHRASAL VERBS WITH LITERAL AND IDIOMATIC MEANING TAKE OFF Take off that funny party hat. You look stupid in it. The plane took off 10 minutes ago. (leave the ground)

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