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1 Past Participles (150 most common phrasal verbs) Universidad Santiago de Cali Professor: Arturo Valderruten Vidal Instructions: Search a verb alphabetically to practice or go straight for the quiz.

2 A phrasal verb is a phrase consisting of a verb followed by one or more prepositions which all together are treated as a single verb. Phrasal verbs are the result of the Germanic influences on English, and are sometimes called Anglo Saxon verbs. An Anglo Saxon phrasal verb often has the same meaning as a single Latin verb: (A) PHRASAL VERB(B) LATIN VERB drop out of look into put out  quit investigate extinguish There are two types of phrasal verbs: inseparable and separable. Inseparable phrasal verbs always behave as a single word: “I came across an interesting article in the paper.” “I ran into Bill last night at the party.” In separable phrasal verbs, however, the preposition can be separated from the verb when the verb has a direct object: “I didn't hand in my homework.”  “I didn't hand my homework in.” “Bill threw away the newspaper.”  “Bill threw the newspaper away.” Separable phrasal verbs are always separated when the object is a pronoun: “I handed it in.” “Bill threw it away.” And some phrasal verbs must be separated when there is a direct object: “I couldn't get through because of the storm.” “I couldn't get the message through because of the storm.”

3 Simple form: apply for Past participle: ? Click to answer solicitar un cargo o beca This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? One thousand candidates apply for a scholarship every day.

4 Simple form: ask after Past participle: ? Click to answer preguntar por alguien This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Luisa is asking after your mom.

5 Simple form: ask for Past participle: ? Click to answer solicitar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I called to ask for your phone extension.

6 Simple form: back off Past participle: ? Click to answer retractarse This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? They have fought about sex for years and she's finally persuaded him to back off a little.

7 Simple form: back up Past participle: ? Click to answer apoyar / dar reversa This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The driver backs up to a loading dock, where fifteen mail carts await him.

8 Simple form: bank on Past participle: ? Click to answer depender This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Security you can bank on still elusive.

9 Simple form: bark out Past participle: ? Click to answer espetar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? When you are busy and under pressure, it is easy to bark out orders without listening.

10 Simple form: be about to Past participle: ? Click to answer estar a punto de This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Mr. Clarke played the King all evening as though under constant fear that someone else could be about to play the Ace.

11 Simple form: be against Past participle: ? Click to answer estar en contra This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? But for various reasons, a person may be against ear piercings.

12 Simple form: be away Past participle: ? Click to answer estar lejos This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I knew we were going to be away for a few days and thought it would be good to have the house in order when we got back.

13 Simple form: be back Past participle: ? Click to answer retornar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I'll be back up there one of these days, and then you're really gonna see something!

14 Simple form: bear with Past participle: ? Click to answer ser paciente con This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Can you bear with the committee until it reaches a decision?

15 Simple form: blow up Past participle: ? Click to answer explotar / inflar / ponerse furioso / surgir This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? We have to evacuate because some terrorists said that they're going to blow the building up at midday.

16 Simple form: bounce back Past participle: ? Click to answer recuperarse This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? When things reach their limit they are forced to bounce back.

17 Simple form: break down Past participle: ? Click to answer derrumbarse / averiarse / analizar y separar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? After threats of torture, they can break the spy down.

18 Simple form: break up Past participle: ? Click to answer romper en trozos / terminar una relación This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Tom ended up breaking up with Mary and started dating Lisa.

19 Simple form: brush up Past participle: ? Click to answer pulir This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I need to brush my French up a little bit.

20 Simple form: build on Past participle: ? Click to answer desarrollar / construir sobre algo This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Our progress has been good so far. Let's build on it.

21 Simple form: burst into Past participle: ? Click to answer irrumpir This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? It was impossible to determine whether lesbians budded gradually, or burst into being with a suddenness that made them feel that way.

22 Simple form: button up Past participle: ? Click to answer abotonarse This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Your jacket's open. You'd better button up. It's cold. I'll button up in the car.

23 Simple form: calm down Past participle: ? Click to answer relajarse This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Please calm down the children in the church!

24 Simple form: care about Past participle: ? Click to answer preocuparse por algo This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I care very much about my family.

25 Simple form: care for Past participle: ? Click to answer cuidar / dar importancia a algo This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Will you care for my cat while I am away?

26 Simple form: carry out Past participle: ? Click to answer poner en práctica This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The students didn't carry out their assignments.

27 Simple form: catch up Past participle: ? Click to answer alcanzar a alguien / ponerse al día This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Technology makes life easier and being a 15-year-old girl allows you to chat with friends and catch up on the latest gossip quicker.

28 Simple form: cheer up Past participle: ? Click to answer alegrarse This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? It's a sort of reversal of roles, with the criminal trying to cheer up the victim.

29 Simple form: chop down Past participle: ? Click to answer talar con hacha This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Please don't chop my favorite tree down.

30 Simple form: chop up Past participle: ? Click to answer cortar en trozos, picar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Then, chop up the potatoes and put them in the boiling water.

31 Simple form: clear up Past participle: ? Click to answer aclarar / terminar / mejorar el clima / organizar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I think that we can clear this matter up without calling in the police.

32 Simple form: close down Past participle: ? Click to answer cerrar permanentemente This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The health department closed the restaurant down.

33 Simple form: close up Past participle: ? Click to answer acercarse / clausurar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Tom's restaurant nearly went out of business when the health department closed it up.

34 Simple form: come back Past participle: ? Click to answer retornar, volver This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Then the Lord said to Moses, "Stretch out your hand over the sea, so that the water may come back upon the Egyptians, upon their chariots".

35 Simple form: come down Past participle: ? Click to answer descender This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Come down from that tree this instant! Come down, do you hear?

36 Simple form: come in Past participle: ? Click to answer entrar / ponerse de moda This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? If you will come in and have a seat, I will tell Diana that you are here.

37 Simple form: come out Past participle: ? Click to answer revelar / publicar /resultar / borrar, desaparecer This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I hope everything comes out fine. It will come out okay. Don't worry.

38 Simple form: come up with Past participle: ? Click to answer producir This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Many trials later, she comes up with this recipe, which the whole family loved.

39 Simple form: cool down Past participle: ? Click to answer relajarse This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I just stared at him while he was yelling. I knew that would cool him down.

40 Simple form: cope with Past participle: ? Click to answer lidiar con algo, hacer frente This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I can't cope with your being late for work anymore.

41 Simple form: count in Past participle: ? Click to answer incluir This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Please count me in for the party.

42 Simple form: count on Past participle: ? Click to answer contar con alguien o algo This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Can I count upon you to do the job? Yes, you can count on me.

43 Simple form: cross out Past participle: ? Click to answer marcar con una X This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? You can cross me out. I'm not going.

44 Simple form: cut across Past participle: ? Click to answer tomar un atajo This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Eighty per cent of people who use the station cut across the tracks.

45 Simple form: deal with Past participle: ? Click to answer lidiar con This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is not a big problem. I think I can deal with it.

46 Simple form: decide on Past participle: ? Click to answer decidirse por algo This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Will you please hurry up and decide on someone to vote for?

47 Simple form: die out Past participle: ? Click to answer extinguirse This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The owls might die out if you ruin their nesting area.

48 Simple form: dig up Past participle: ? Click to answer desenterrar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Archaeologists just have to, at times, say 'Hold on, just delay the building of the supermarket while we dig up the Roman ruins'.

49 Simple form: do up Past participle: ? Click to answer ajustar la ropa, abotonar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? we're going to do all the children up in matching outfits.

50 Simple form: dress up Past participle: ? Click to answer vestir elegantemente This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The best piece of clothing can really dress up for a night out.

51 Simple form: drop by Past participle: ? Click to answer venir sin avisar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Nice to see you, Mary. You and Bob must drop by sometime.

52 Simple form: drop off Past participle: ? Click to answer dejar a alguien en el camino This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Let's drop off Carlos and Juliana at the hamburger place.

53 Simple form: drop out Past participle: ? Click to answer salirse de un curso o institución This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Sally quit school for some unknown reason. But why did she drop out?

54 Simple form: eat in Past participle: ? Click to answer comer en casa This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I really don't want to eat in tonight. Let's go to a restaurant.

55 Simple form: eat out Past participle: ? Click to answer comer fuera This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? From fancy cuisine to humble sandwiches, always remember eating out healthy food.

56 Simple form: end up Past participle: ? Click to answer terminar haciendo algo, decidir This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? They often don't end up in the same bed they start in, but they sleep OK.

57 Simple form: face up Past participle: ? Click to answer enfrentar algo o una realidad This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? You are simply going to have to admit your mistake and face up to the boss.

58 Simple form: fade away Past participle: ? Click to answer desvanecer hasta desaparecer This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The sound of the drums faded away into the distance.

59 Simple form: fall apart Past participle: ? Click to answer desbaratarse This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Do you feel like your marriage is falling apart ? Are you and your wife arguing a lot about silly things that seem to snowball into knock-down.

60 Simple form: fall down Past participle: ? Click to answer caer al suelo This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? For a man who knows little, and may some day learn enough of his own ignorance to fall down again and pray.

61 Simple form: feed up Past participle: ? Click to answer engordar / hartarse, saciarse This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Your childish attitude just feeds me up!

62 Simple form: feel like Past participle: ? Click to answer tener ganas de algo This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I always feel like scolding any woman who says, "ladies and gentlemen." It is a lack of good manners.

63 Simple form: feel up to Past participle: ? Click to answer sentirse capaz de This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Aunt Mary didn't feel up to making the visit.

64 Simple form: figure out Past participle: ? Click to answer comprender, deducir, hallar la respuesta This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? She spent an hour trying to install the software, but John finally could figure it out.

65 Simple form: fill in Past participle: ? Click to answer rellenar escribiendo This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I will fill in the form for you.

66 Simple form: fill up Past participle: ? Click to answer rebosar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Motorists should fill up their cars today because petrol companies will end their discounting and charge up to $100.

67 Simple form: find out Past participle: ? Click to answer descubrir This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? We don't want anybody to find out that we are going to sell the house.

68 Simple form: get ahead Past participle: ? Click to answer progresar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I work hard every day, but I can't seem to get ahead in my job. I want to get ahead in life, too.

69 Simple form: get around Past participle: ? Click to answer desplazarse This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Reason enables us to get around in the world of ideas, but cannot prescribe our thoughts.

70 Simple form: get away Past participle: ? Click to answer ir de vacaciones / escapar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? He wanted to come along, but couldn't get away.

71 Simple form: get rid of Past participle: ? Click to answer deshacerse de This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Now that he's moving he wants to get rid of his old, filthy furniture.

72 Simple form: get together Past participle: ? Click to answer reunirse This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Even the folks who don't get together with their first loves never end up with anyone else.

73 Simple form: get up Past participle: ? Click to answer levantarse, ponerse de pie This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I get up before six everyday.

74 Simple form: give away Past participle: ? Click to answer delatar / dar en matrimonio / regalar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? We don't need enough detail to give away any industrial secrets.

75 Simple form: give back Past participle: ? Click to answer devolver This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? They should also give back the 5kg they have sneaked off the luggage allowance and return it to 25kg for economy.

76 Simple form: give up Past participle: ? Click to answer dejar un vicio / rendirse This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? For the new year, I'm going to give up smoking.

77 Simple form: go after Past participle: ? Click to answer perseguir This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The policeman are going after the mugger down the alley.

78 Simple form: go ahead Past participle: ? Click to answer proseguir This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I will meet you at the ticket counter. Will you please go ahead with the cake?

79 Simple form: go back Past participle: ? Click to answer regresar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Not to go forward is to go back.

80 Simple form: go for Past participle: ? Click to answer encantarle algo / atacar / servir como This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? He's an opponent who is known to go for the jugular in arguments.

81 Simple form: go through Past participle: ? Click to answer examinar detalladamente / experimentar algo This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? We’re going through hell while working on this project.

82 Simple form: grow up Past participle: ? Click to answer crecer This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Why do some abused children grow up good and others bad?

83 Simple form: hand in Past participle: ? Click to answer entregar, enviar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Did you hand your application form in?

84 Simple form: hand out Past participle: ? Click to answer distribuir This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? He was handing out cards which read: "I'm blind, I beg for a penny".

85 Simple form: hang on Past participle: ? Click to answer esperar un rato This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? All he can do is hang on and wait for non-junk time to start.

86 Simple form: hang up Past participle: ? Click to answer colgar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I'll call the assistant manager, please don't hang up.

87 Simple form: hold on Past participle: ? Click to answer aguardar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Hold on to your dreams and always try to achieve your goals.

88 Simple form: keep up Past participle: ? Click to answer seguir así, conservar el ritmo This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? What used to be simple housework chores suddenly seemed like they were impossible to keep up with.

89 Simple form: let down Past participle: ? Click to answer desepcionar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? We know when your pride has been wounded and when your best friend lets you down.

90 Simple form: let in Past participle: ? Click to answer dejar entrar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? There was a small hole that let in some sun.

91 Simple form: log in Past participle: ? Click to answer entrar a un sitio web This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Log in here and type your password down here.

92 Simple form: log out Past participle: ? Click to answer salir de un sitio web This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? In order to log out, simply click on the exit button and all your data will be saved.

93 Simple form: look after Past participle: ? Click to answer cuidar, proteger This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Do you want me to look after your car?

94 Simple form: look for Past participle: ? Click to answer buscar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Look for olive oil in food stores and well-stocked supermarkets.

95 Simple form: look forward Past participle: ? Click to answer tener expectativa, contar los días This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? We look forward to repeating the meeting next week.

96 Simple form: make up Past participle: ? Click to answer maquillarse / reconciliarse / inventar una mentira This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I was late at the office this morning and I had to make up an excuse.

97 Simple form: pass away Past participle: ? Click to answer fallecer This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? A Will is a legal document that states what you would like to do with your property when you pass away.

98 Simple form: pass out Past participle: ? Click to answer desmayarse / distribuir This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? As you tell him the bad news, be careful, as he might pass out.

99 Simple form: pay back Past participle: ? Click to answer pagar una deuda This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Our responsibility as privileged human beings is to pay back for the opportunities we've received.

100 Simple form: pay for Past participle: ? Click to answer pagar una multa / afrontar las consecuencias This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I don't like what you did to me, and I'm going to see that you pay for it.

101 Simple form: point out Past participle: ? Click to answer señalar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Point out how newspapers may play on a sense of fear for personal safety, ambiguity, or money issues to grab people's attention.

102 Simple form: put down Past participle: ? Click to answer poner en el suelo / insultar, burlarse This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Put down that gun!

103 Simple form: put out Past participle: ? Click to answer apagar un fuego This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The fire was quickly put out but the dreadfulness of the happening was added to by the fire.

104 Simple form: put on Past participle: ? Click to answer vestirse, ponerse ropa o accesorios This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? It's cold out there, put on a coat; put socks on.

105 Simple form: run over Past participle: ? Click to answer atropellar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Man shot, run over by car in Melbourne.

106 Simple form: run away Past participle: ? Click to answer escapar, huir This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? All wild animals run away when they can to avoid interaction with humans.

107 Simple form: run out Past participle: ? Click to answer agotarse This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Don't let the car run out of gas.

108 Simple form: send back Past participle: ? Click to answer devolver / hacer regresar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? If he comes to apologize, send him back.

109 Simple form: set up Past participle: ? Click to answer organizar / instalar / engañar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Most of them do not even know what a blog is or how to set one up.

110 Simple form: show off Past participle: ? Click to answer llamar la atención, actuar pretenciosamente This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Bill drove around all afternoon showing his new car off.

111 Simple form: sleep over Past participle: ? Click to answer pernoctar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Now, 18 months on, he is allowed to sleep over in a separate room.

112 Simple form: sort out Past participle: ? Click to answer organizar / resolver un problema This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Would you please sort out your socks?

113 Simple form: stick to Past participle: ? Click to answer apegarse a la regla, insistir en hacer algo This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? We have to stick to the plan, I'll lead you out of here.

114 Simple form: take after Past participle: ? Click to answer parecerse, heredar un rasgo familiar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Don't you think that Sally takes after her mother? No, Sally takes after her Aunt Ann.

115 Simple form: take off Past participle: ? Click to answer despegar en vuelo / quitarse la ropa This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? You can take off all your clothes, but you can leave your hat on.

116 Simple form: throw away Past participle: ? Click to answer tirar a la basura, desechar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Perhaps there is no real need to throw away the whole project.

117 Simple form: turn down Past participle: ? Click to answer bajar el volumen o intensidad / rechazar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Turn down the radio, please. I’m trying to study here.

118 Simple form: turn off Past participle: ? Click to answer apagar un aparato This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Remember to turn off the television.

119 Simple form: turn on Past participle: ? Click to answer encender un aparato This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Turn on the light bulb and step onto the light.

120 Simple form: try on Past participle: ? Click to answer medirse ropa This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? As every shop-a-holic knows, there's nothing like the in-store experience, where customers can try on an outfit.

121 Simple form: wake up Past participle: ? Click to answer despertar This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Are you the type of person who simply just can not wake up no matter how hard they try?

122 Simple form: warm up Past participle: ? Click to answer calentar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? When I turn my PC on, it takes a good 5 minutes to warm up and be able to start a program.

123 Simple form: work out Past participle: ? Click to answer ejercitarse / calcular / tener exito This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? The brain uses several ways to work out the location of different parts of the body.

124 Simple form: drop in Past participle: ? Click to answer venir sin avisar This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? I hate to drop in on people when they aren't expecting me.

125 Simple form: build in Past participle: ? Click to answer incluír This is an irregular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Software developers have plans to build in a new word processor.

126 Simple form: screw up Past participle: ? Click to answer meter la pata This is a regular phrasal verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? If they screw it up, it's not really going to have much of an effect upon their course grade.

127 Simple form: shut up Past participle: ? Click to answer callarse This is a regular verb. In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? In times when the outer world often tells us to shut up, be quiet and be calm.

128 Simple form: fall asleep Past participle: ? Click to answer quedarse dormido In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. As you fall asleep you hear voices and sounds not far away.

129 Simple form: get close Past participle: ? Click to answer acercarse In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. The intention was to get close, and know each other better.

130 Simple form: get hired Past participle: ? Click to answer ser contratado In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. The bitter truth is that it probably will be much easier for you to get hired if you hide your disability.

131 Simple form: get into Past participle: ? Click to answer involucrarse In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. The gang is getting into trouble by stealing cars.

132 Simple form: get out Past participle: ? Click to answer salir In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. Workers who want to get out for dinner must ask for permission.

133 Simple form: get to Past participle: ? Click to answer llegar a In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. As a leader, there's a real temptation to try to change people or help people get to where you want them to go.

134 Simple form: go by Past participle: ? Click to answer dejar pasar / pasar de visita In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. As time goes by… maybe we’ll be able to forget and forgive.

135 Simple form: have to Past participle: ? Click to answer tener que In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. Vegetable gardens don't have to hide in the backyard.

136 Simple form: have to do Past participle: ? Click to answer tener que ver In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. He loves ecology, trees, animals and everything that has to do with nature.

137 Simple form: make over Past participle: ? Click to answer renovar / traspasar por medio de documentos In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. Before she divorced, she was able to make over the property to her son.

138 Simple form: move around Past participle: ? Click to answer desplazarse In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is a regular phrasal verb. We move around the tent, pushing through the crowd to grab samples for each other.

139 Simple form: put away Past participle: ? Click to answer descartar In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. I tell you, put all negative thoughts away.

140 Simple form: shut down Past participle: ? Click to answer clausurar, cerrar permanentemente In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. For years, she has stepped as close to those as she can without getting the place shut down.

141 Simple form: slow down Past participle: ? Click to answer disminuir velocidad In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is a regular phrasal verb. By the time a driver felt the bumps under his tires, it was usually too late to stop or slow down.

142 Simple form: speed up Past participle: ? Click to answer acelerar In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. Manchester Airport introduces hologram staff to speed up queues.

143 Simple form: take for Past participle: ? Click to answer tomar por In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. Do you take me for a fool?

144 Simple form: tear down Past participle: ? Click to answer demoler In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. The houses are probably standing only because the city lacks the funds to tear them down.

145 Simple form: throw out Past participle: ? Click to answer tirar a la basura In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. He could throw it all out, he realized, or maybe put it in storage.

146 Simple form: clean off Past participle: ? In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? quitar una mancha This is a regular phrasal verb. Click to answer Instead of reading, I look at the walls and notice that there are still two spiderwebs that I have to clean off.

147 Simple form: use to Past participle: ? In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is a regular phrasal verb. Click to answer I don’t use to walk my dog in this park because many neighbors bring their pittbulls. soler, acostumbrar

148 Simple form: stand for Past participle: ? In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? Click to answer Classical art, in a word, stands for form; romantic art for content. significar This is an irregular phrasal verb.

149 Simple form: throw up Past participle: ? In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is an irregular phrasal verb. Click to answer I drank too much whisky, I think I'm going to throw up. vomitar

150 Simple form: show up Past participle: ? In Spanish, please: Regular or irregular? This is a regular verb. Click to answer It’s 8:30 already and the students are not showing up to my classroom. presentarse a una clase o reunión

151 Exit. Home. Result. The end.


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