Phrasal Verbs that you should know and use properly and frequently:
- I have been looking for my favourite pen everywhere
(I have been searching for my favourite pen everywhere)
- The Titanic went down in 1912.
The Titanic sank in 1912
2.bis. Finally my career chances at UNO went down.
- I’ve never been able to add up very well.
I have never been able to calculate very well.
- It’s hard to put by any money if you are on a low salary.
It is hard to save any money if you are on a low salary.
- I need to draw up a timetable revision before my exam
I need to separate a timetable revision before my exam
- I have hung on to all my old toys.
I still have all my old toys.
- Mrs Jones recalled the question of the parking at the meeting.
Mrs Jones brought up the questions of parking at the meeting.
- Some hobbies may take over people’s lives.
Some hobbies may dominate people’s lives.
- I need to sort out my desk; it is a bit of a mess.
I need to order my desk; it is a bit of a mess.
- I think you need to analyse the deal carefully before buying a second-hand car.
I think you need to look into the deal carefully before buying a second-hand car.
- A role mole is someone you look up to.
A role mole is someone you admire.
- Chop up the onion into small pieces.
Cut the onions into small pieces.
- What sort of hobby should I take up?
What sort of hobby should I start?
- Face up the fact that your work is poor.
Accept the fact that your work is poor.
- The police went after the bank robbers.
The police catch the bank robbers.
- The rollercoaster ride made him throw up.
The rollercoaster ride made him sick.
- I need to come up with some holidays ideas.
I need to prepare some holidays ideas.
TO ADD UP: Calculate
The various building programmes add up to 1 million.
The proposals do not add up much to the causes.
TO DRAW UP: to prepare an extra time.
In need to draw up my agenda….
I need to straighten my timetable…..
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