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Luisa Camacho

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Transcript of Phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs. Everyday situations.
Come on
, we are going now.

drug up
an old coin in the garden

You have to
fill in
your name and address.

How did you
get on
in the text?

I usually
get up
late on Sundays.

going out
for the evening.

Laura poured tea for the guess and
the cakes

Hurry up
, we haven´t got much time.

David hit his head on the lamppost and

picked up
the cassette and put it in the player.

You have to
the machine

I have to
these old clothes

We were too tired to
wash up
after the meal.

woke up
suddenly in the night. Phrasal verbs and one-word verbs. 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: Word order with phrasal verbs
Phrasal verbs.
When a phrasal verb has an object, the object can go either before or after a verb.
They are going to
bring in
a new law against drinking and driving (=Introduce)

How did the argument
come about
? (=happen)

Emma isn´t speak to Matthew. They have
fallen out
. (=quarreled)

We have
fixed up
a meeting from the next Tuesday. (=arrange)

gave up
playing foot ball years ago. (=stopped)

I had a pain in my arm, but it isn´t
gone away
. (=disappeared)

We heard the bomb
go off
five miles away. (=explode)

The traffic was
held up
by road works. (=delayed)

The United Nations was
set up
to settle conflicts peacefully. (=established)

I´m trying to
work out
how much money I have spent. (=calculate).

If we are spending too much money, we will have to
cut back
. (=spend less)

Our lawyers will
draw up
a new contract. (=write)

We mustn´t
the race to develop new products. (=be slower than others)

The two sides were close to an agreement, but it
fell through
. (=didn´t happen)

The company
fought out
a takeover by ICM Computers. (=managed to stop)

I tried to sing Santiago, but I couldn´t
get through
. (=make contact)

The Company has
laid off
two hundred workers before because of a lack of new orders.

The computer will
print out
the details.

The consultants
put forwards
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
sort out
the difficulties. (=put right)

The company boss has
stepped down
after ten years in charge. (=left his job)

We are
talking on
the challenge of expanding overseas. (=accepting)

Large companies sometimes
take over
smaller ones. (Take control of)
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