Presentation on theme: "Set & Put. Phrasal verbs with put Phrasal verbMeaningExample Put forwardto suggest yourself/sb as a candidate for a job or position: Can I put you / your."— Presentation transcript:
Phrasal verbs with put Phrasal verbMeaningExample Put forwardto suggest yourself/sb as a candidate for a job or position: Can I put you / your name forward for club secretary? Put into enter yourself/sb/sth for a competition Other ppl had put in proposal forms Put in1. to officially make a claim, request, etc.: 2. to interrupt another speaker in order to say sth: 3. to fix equipment or furniture into position so that it can be used =install 1. The company has put in a claim for damages. 2. Could I put in a word? [+ speech] ‘But what about us?’ he put in. 3. We’re having a new shower put in.
Phrasal verbs with put Phrasal verbMeaningExample Put urself acrossto communicate your ideas, feelings, etc. successfully to sb: She’s not very good at putting her views across. Put down to make sb look or feel stupid, especially in front of other people put down a rebellion. Put on 1. To produce; perform: 2. to pretend to have a particular feeling, opinion, way of speaking etc especially in order to get attention: 1. Put on a variety show 2. put on an English accent.
Phrasal verbs with put Phrasal verbMeaningExample Put out1. to stop sth from burning or shining: 2. be put out to be upset or offended: to put out a candle / cigarette / light Firefighters soon put the fire out. He looked really put out. Put awayto put sth in the place where it is kept because you have finished using it: I’m just going to put the car away (= in the garage).
Phrasal verbs with put Phrasal verbMeaningExample Put up1.to let someone stay in your house and give them meals: to stay in a place for a short time put up at/in/with 1.to increase the cost or value of something [= raise]: 2.to raise something to a higher position: 1.I was hoping Kenny could put me up for a few days. 2.We can put up at a hotel for the night. 1.Most big stores admit they daren't put prices up for fear of losing their customers. 2.I put up my hand and asked to leave the room.
Phrasal verbs with put Phrasal verbMeaningExample Put up Put off Put up with *to fix sth in a place where it will be seen (display) *to disturb sb who is trying to give all their attention to sth that they are doing: (distract) *to accept sb/sth that is annoying, unpleasant, etc. without complaining SYN to lerate: 1.to put up a notice 2.Don’t put me off when I’m trying to concentrate. Ç The sudden noise put her off her game. 3.I don’t know how she puts up with him. I’m not going to put up with their smoking any longer.