HERE IS A LIST TO STUDY AND PRACTISE

1- GET ON/OFF A BUS, TRAIN..

2- GET INTO A CAR/ OUT OF A CAR

3- GET OVER sth/sb: FORGET A PERSON, RECOVER FROM AN ILLNESS

4- GET BY: MANAGE TO SURVIVE, HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO LIVE 

5- GET RID OF: THROW AWAY, ESPECIALLY USELESS THINGS

6- GET BACK: RETURN

TAKE

1- TAKE ON: EMPLOY

2- TAKE AFTER: RESEMBLE, LOOK LIKE A PERSON

3- TAKE OVER: GAIN CONTROL OF A SITUATION, BE IN CHARGE OF

4- TAKE UP: START TO DO

5- TAKE OFF: BECOME SUCCESSFUL

6- TAKE TO: START TO LIKE

"RELATIONSHIPS" 

1- GO OUT WITH: START A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP

2- FALL FOR: FALL IN LOVE

3- GET ON(WELL) WITH : HAVE A FRIENDLY RELATIONSHIP

4- FALL OUT WITH: STOP BEING FRIENDLY WITH SB, AFTER AN ARGUMENT

5- GET OVER: FORGET SB, START TO FEEL BETTER AGAIN

6- SPLIT UP WITH: TO END A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP

7- PUT UP WITH : TOLERATE

8- BRING SB UP (use it in the passive voice): RAISE ("criar")

9- TELL SB OFF (use it in the passive voice): CRITICIZE ("retar")

OTHER PHRASAL VERBS

1- COME UP WITH: SUGGEST, USUALLY IDEAS, SOLUTIONS

2- CUT DOWN ON: REDUCE THE AMOUNT OF STH

3- COME ACROSS: MEET BY CHANCE 

Phrasal verbs. Supply the correct phrasal verb in the right tense.

 

1 It’s so noisy here. I don’t know how you tolerate it. Put up with

2 Of course I know Porstmouth. That’s where I was raised by my grandparents. WAS BROUGHT UP

3 The Maths teacher got angry with me and criticized me for misbehaving in class. TOLD ME OFF

4 Please, do not disappoint me again! Be on time for the party. LET ME DOWN
5 Who will be in charge of the company when Mr Brown retires? TAKE OVER

6 They have argued again. I can’t understand how they still stay together. FALLEN OUT

7 I’ve heard you have started to play tennis. Are you enjoying the classes? HAVE TAKEN UP

8 Why don’t you throw away that shabby coat? GET RID OF

9 Who do you resemble in your family? Your mum or dad? TAKE AFTER

10 Her boyfriend left her two months ago. However, she has not forgotten him. GET OVER

11 Have any of you suggested any new ideas? COME UP WITH

12 Remember to leave the bus at the crossroads. GET OFF

13 In times of financial crisis, we always manage to survive. We just buy the essential stuff. GET BY

14 He saw her at the party and fell in love with her immediately. FELL FOR

15. We always expect our holidays happily. LOOK FORWARD TO

Fecha: 13/12/2018 | Creado por: Claudia Leonor
Categoria: UNIT 7
Etiquetas: ORT, BELGRANO, INGLÉS, PRE-FCE