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220.127.116.11.4 Phrasal verbs.
Transcript of 18.104.22.168.4 Phrasal verbs.
22.214.171.124 Everyday situations.
, we are going now.
an old coin in the garden
You have to
your name and address.
How did you
in the text?
late on Sundays.
for the evening.
Laura poured tea for the guess and
, we haven´t got much time.
David hit his head on the lamppost and
the cassette and put it in the player.
You have to
I have to
these old clothes
We were too tired to
after the meal.
suddenly in the night.
126.96.36.199 Phrasal verbs and one-word verbs.
188.8.131.52 Business situations.
A long object goes after the verb.
The gangs have carried out a number of bank raids in the last few months.
A pronoun always goes before the adverb.
Melanie felt hot in her coat, so she took it off.
A phrasal verb is a
verb + an adverb
(come in, sit down).
There are the most common adverbs that we use in English and the meaning:
184.108.40.206 Word order with phrasal verbs
When a phrasal verb has an object, the object can go either before or after a verb.
They are going to
a new law against drinking and driving (=Introduce)
How did the argument
Emma isn´t speak to Matthew. They have
a meeting from the next Tuesday. (=arrange)
playing foot ball years ago. (=stopped)
I had a pain in my arm, but it isn´t
We heard the bomb
five miles away. (=explode)
The traffic was
by road works. (=delayed)
The United Nations was
to settle conflicts peacefully. (=established)
I´m trying to
how much money I have spent. (=calculate).
If we are spending too much money, we will have to
. (=spend less)
Our lawyers will
a new contract. (=write)
the race to develop new products. (=be slower than others)
The two sides were close to an agreement, but it
. (=didn´t happen)
a takeover by ICM Computers. (=managed to stop)
I tried to sing Santiago, but I couldn´t
. (=make contact)
The Company has
two hundred workers before because of a lack of new orders.
The computer will
a proposal to recognize the company. (=suggested)
I will get the information for you. Can I
in a half an hour? (=phone again)
Sahara paid a visit to the client to try to
the difficulties. (=put right)
The company boss has
after ten years in charge. (=left his job)
the challenge of expanding overseas. (=accepting)
Large companies sometimes
smaller ones. (Take control of)