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Phrasal verbs

intermediate level
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simon friend

on 19 October 2013

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Phrasal verbs
http://www.carolinebrownenglishlessons.com/
Write the answers on separate big pieces of paper and hold them up – miss America style

http://www.stuff.co.uk/phrasal.htm (a, b or c)


http://a4esl.org/q/j/ck/fb-phrasalverbs.html (dead link?)
Do one stop English WS –
1st WS on board
2nd WS individually…
     9.     Dad couldn't see very well.   "  (wear)  _________ ____  your glasses" said Mum.                           
a) put on     b) put away      c) put in     d) put up

                       10.     When we arrive at the station, we  (descend from)  _________ ____  the train.                            
a) get down     b) stand down     c) get off     d) stand out
          4.    John helped the old lady to  (board)  _________ ____   the bus.                           
a) mount on     b) get on     c) get up     4) put on

                         5.    Julie went to the library to  (try to find)  _________ ____   a book.                           
a)  look out     b) look after     c) look for     d) look up
                      
ask * out +
(invite on a date)
I can't believe that Joe finally asked me out on a date!
I can't believe that Joe finally asked out me on a date!
I can't believe that Joe finally asked Lisa out on a date!
I can't believe that Joe finally asked out Lisa on a date!
Which is wrong?
bear with +
(be patient)
Please bear with me while I fill out the paperwork.
Please bear me with while I fill out the paperwork.
Please bear with Simon while he fills out the paperwork.
Please bear Simon with while he fills out the paperwork.
Which is wrong?
break down
(stop working properly)
The truck broke down in the desert.
Broke the truck down in the desert
Broke down the truck in the desert
It broke down in the desert
Which is wrong?


I
looked
the number
up
in the phone book.
I
looked

up
the number in the phone book.
I
looked

it

up
in the phone book.
I
looked

up

it
in the phone book.
PRONOUNS
In this Phrasal Verb Dictionary, such
phrasal verbs
are marked with both * and + .

Example:
LOOKED UP
I
looked
the number
up
in the phone book.
I
looked up
the number in the phone book.
Both ways

In this Phrasal Verb Dictionary, separable phrasal verbs are marked by placing a * between the verb and the preposition / adverb.


Example:
TALKED INTO
I
talked
my mother
into
letting me borrow the car.
I
talked into
my mother letting me borrow the car.
separable



EG: --- I
made up
the
story.
--
"story"
is the
object
of "
make up

I
knocked back
the
drink
I
beat up
my
wife
transitive


Example:
He suddenly
showed up
. "
show up
" cannot take an
object


He suddenly
showed up

the
dog
He suddenly
showed up
intransitive
    6.    It's time for the news.  Let's  (start)  _________ ____ the radio.                            
a) turn on     b) tune in     c) turn up     d) tune at

                         7.    "Please come in and  (have a seat)   _________ ____"    said the doctor.                           
a) seat up     b) seat down     c) sit up     d)  sit down

                         8.     When Dad arrives home, he  (removes)  _________ ____    his coat.                           
a) puts off     b) takes off     c) leaves in     d) takes out
                    
                            1.    Every morning   I  (stop sleeping)  _________ ____   when I hear the alarm clock.                        
   a) wake out     b) wake up     c) wake in     d) wake off

                              2.   On Sundays I  can  (leave bed)  _________ ____  later.                         
  a) get out     b) step off     c) get up     d) step out

                         3.    We must  (be quick)  _________  ____  or we'll be late for school!                           
a) act up      b) fasten on     c) hurry up     d) speed in    
               


Example:
I
ran into
my teacher at the movies last night.
run + into = meet
He
ran away
when he was 15.
run + away = leave home
What is a phrasal verb??
http://www.englishpage.com/prepositions/phrasaldictionary.html

Go to this site Make 5 quiz questions for (not to easy, not to hard)

Eg: KICK BACK Means
Relax
Play football
Drink beer
Sleep

KNOCK BACK Means:
Reject
Drink Quickly
Punch someone after they punch you
Kiss passionately
check phrasal verbs
blow * up +
(make explode; destroy using explosives)
The terrorists blew the bridge up.
The terrorists blew up the bridge.
The terrorists blew it up.
The terrorists blew up it.
Which is wrong?
keep * out
(prevent from entering)
Keep the dog out of the garden; he keeps digging up the flowers.
Keep out the dog of the garden; he keeps digging up the flowers.
Keep it out of the garden; he keeps digging up the flowers.
Keep out it of the garden; he keeps digging up the flowers.
Which is wrong?
In this Phrasal Verb Dictionary, inseparable
phrasal verbs
are marked by placing a + after the preposition / adverb.
Example:
RUN INTO
:
I
ran into
an old friend yesterday
I
ran
an old friend
into
yesterday
LOOKING INTO
:
They are
looking into
the problem.
They are
looking
the problem
into.
inseparable
INTRODUCTION
Choose a phrasal verb to replace the explanation in brackets.
TRY IT!
Some
phrasal verbs
are intransitive. An intransitive verb cannot be followed by an object.
Some
phrasal verbs
are transitive. A transitive verb MUST be followed by an object.
I
beat up
.
I
made up
.
Which of these sentences are OK?
WHICH IS WRONG
PRACTICE
A phrasal verb is a verb plus a preposition or adverb which creates a meaning different from the original verb.
Some transitive phrasal verbs are separable. The object is placed between the verb and the preposition.
Which sentence is OK?
Which sentence is OK?
Some transitive phrasal verbs are inseparable. The object is placed after the preposition.
Which are OK?
Some transitive phrasal verbs can take an object in both places.
Which is OK?
Although many
phrasal verbs
can take an object in both places, For those "
both phrasal verbs
"
you can't put the object at the end of the phrasal verb -- if the object is a
pronoun.
Which is OK?
WRONG
Groups must write A,B,C or D
~keep score!
(Clue : look at the top for the Phrasal verb TYPE)
http://www.englishpage.com/prepositions/prepositions.html
(do the 2nd group of exercises called: "phrasal verbs")
Do this on PC’s individual work
Private practice
50 most common Phrasal Verbs!
HOMEWORK!
http://efllecturer.blogspot.com.es/search/label/Phrasal%20Verbs%20%2F%20Idioms%20and%20Slang
This one has listening / viewing:
http://moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.com.au/2011/07/karate-kid-phrasal-verbs.html
MOVIE:
What movie character is
she singing about?
BEST ONE - definitions + quiz
PRONOUNS
If the PV is separable
-- Then you can use a pronoun in the middle
I checked into
the problem
I checked into
it
(inseparable)

The cop closed in on
the Killer
The cop closed in on
him
(inseparable)

If the PV is inseparable
-- Then you can use a pronoun at the end:
PRONOUNS
I talked
my mother
into buying me a car
I talked
her
into buying me a car
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