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Phrasal verbs

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Miguel Angel

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Phrasal verbs
Consider the words in orange:
I was cleaning up the room and I
came across
an old picture when I was at school.

Mike and me really
get along
.

You need to get a job soon, your savings are
running out
.

We had a meeting yesterday but we had to
put
it
off
for Monday.
There are lots of phrasal verbs, but we need to focus on the most common ones.
The particles which can come with the verbs are:
It's very important
1. Transitive
(It needs an object)
If we have a separable phrasal verb, it means we can place the particle before or after the object.
Example:
Important:
But if you want to use the object pronoun, in this case it, we can only place it in the middle.
In the examples of the book:
pick up stand for look after set off die down think over come across fill in
other common phrasal verbs
make up put away pass out

bring up break down carry out

fall back on call off put up with

pass away catch up with bring on

come up with put off take up

break in try on take off
Miguel Angel Esquivel CL-12
What do you think they might mean?
Come across, get along, run out and put off are all examples of what we call: phrasal verbs.
What's a phrasal verb?
It's a combination of words (verb + particle) that when we use them together they have a different meaning to the original verb.
* The particle could be a preposition or an adverb.
In our examples, we had:
I came across a picture
Mike and I get along
Your savings are running out
We put it off for Monday
I
found
a picture
by chance
Mike and I
have a good relationship
Your savings are
disappearing
We
postponed
it for Monday
across, after, apart, away, back, down, from, in, off, on, out, over, through, up.
For example, if we have:


take after take away take back take in

take on take off take out take over take up
Each phrasal verb has a different meaning from each other.
1. Guess what, I've ...................... tennis. It's great!
2. Oh no! we're late, the plane .......... already ......................
3. Sarah ........................ her mom, both have the same smile and eyes.
4. I found a stray puppy, and I ........... him .......
5. I'm planning to .................... a loan to afford a new car.
6. Henry was ..................... as the new laboratory assistant.
taken up
has
taken off
takes after
took
in
take out
taken on
7. I never said that! you'd better ........... it ............
take
back
to know if the phrasal verb is:
2. Intransitive
(No object)
Separable
Inseparable
( come across )
( put off )
( take off )
We needed to
put off
the meeting for Monday
We needed to
put
the meeting
off
for Monday
or
Example: There was a meeting today morning, but we had
to
put
it
off
for Monday.
We had a meeting but we put off it.
(started to do)
(has risen into the air)
(looks like)
(let him stay at home)
(get an official arrangement)
(hired)
(retract)
(in the middle)
1. I need you to ............. these papers with your information.
2. I can't go out tomorrow, I'll have to ...................... my little brother.
3. The wind ....................... during the night, it was nice the next morning.
4. FBI ....................... Federal Bureau of Investigation.
5. We're ....................... for the mountains tomorrow morning.
6. This is a really important decision to make, you have to .............. it ...........
7. We were walking near the town, and we .......................... a nice lake hidden behind a hill.
8. Could you ................. those papers, please?
fill in
look after
died down
stands for
setting off
think
over
came across
pick up
invent / be friends again
mention / raise
use sth when it's
your last resort
die
suddenly think of
enter somebody's
property without permission
put in the right place
stop working
cancel
reach sb later
postpone
put on and look
faint
do smth particularly
tolerate
cause
start an activity
rise into the air /
remove clothes
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