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Phrasal verbs The bus was full. We couldn’t get on. She got into the car and drove off. Tom is leaving tomorrow and coming back on Saturday. When I touched.

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1 Phrasal verbs The bus was full. We couldn’t get on. She got into the car and drove off. Tom is leaving tomorrow and coming back on Saturday. When I touched him on the shoulder he turned round. Sorry I’m late. The car broke down. Look out! There’s a train coming. It was my first flight. I was very nervous as the plane took off. Do you get on well with your colleagues? I was so tired this morning that I couldn’t get up. This weekend I have to look after my neighbour’s cat.

2 speak upturn upclose downclear upshow off get ongrow upfall offmove in 1.Be careful on that horse! Don’t ___ 2.How did you ___ in your interview yesterday? 3.There used to be a very good shop on the corner but it ___ a year ago. 4.“We’ve bought a new house.” “Oh, have you? When are you going to ___?” 5.Wayne is eight years old. When he ___ he wants to be a pilot. 6.I arranged to meet Jim after work last night but he didn’t ___. 7.The weather’s horrible, isn’t it? I hope it ___ later. 8.We all know how wonderful you are. There’s no need to ___. 9.(on the telephone) I can’t hear you very well. Can you ___ a bit?

3 1.Be careful on that horse! Don’t fall off. 2.How did you get on in your interview yesterday? 3.There used to be a very good shop on the corner but it closed down a year ago. 4.“We’ve bought a new house.” “Oh, have you? When are you going to move in?” 5.Wayne is eight years old. When he grows up he wants to be a pilot. 6.I arranged to meet Jim after work last night but he didn’t turn up. 7.The weather’s horrible, isn’t it? I hope it clears up later. 8.We all know how wonderful you are. There’s no need to show off. 9.(on the telephone) I can’t hear you very well. Can you speak up a bit?

4 puttaketurnringgiveputwrite downoffonoutup He told me to… throw away the newspapers, so I threw them away. 1.___ my cigarette, so I... 2.___ my shoes, so I … 3.___ the heating, so I … 4.___ Ann, so I … 5.___ smoking, so I … 6.___ my glasses, so I … 7.___ my address, so I …

5 puttaketurnringgiveputwrite downoffonoutup He told me to… throw away the newspapers, so I threw them away. 1.put out my cigarette, so I put it out. 2.take off my shoes, so I took them off. 3.turn up/down the heating, so I turned it up/down. 4.ring up Ann, so I rung her up. 5.give up smoking, so I gave it up. 6.put on my glasses, so I put them on. 7.write down my address, so I wrote it down.

6 lookturnwakeshavepickcross knocktry outdownuponoff 1.The radio is a bit loud. Can you ___ a bit please? 2.There was a €20 note lying on the pavement, so I ___. 3.The children are asleep. Don’t ___. 4.If you make a mistake, just ___. 5.I saw a jacket which I liked in the shop. So I went in and ___ to see if it fitted me. 6.There were a few words that I didn’t understand, so I ___ in my dictionary. 7.He had a beard for a long time but he got fed up with it. So he ___. 8.A stone fell on my head and ___. I was unconscious for half an hour.

7 lookturnwakeshavepickcross knocktry outdownuponoff 1.The radio is a bit loud. Can you turn it down a bit please? 2.There was a €20 note lying on the pavement, so I picked it up. 3.The children are asleep. Don’t wake them up. 4.If you make a mistake, just cross it out. 5.I saw a jacket which I liked in the shop. So I went in and tried it out to see if it fitted me. 6.There were a few words that I didn’t understand, so I looked them up in my dictionary. 7.He had a beard for a long time but he got fed up with it. So he shaved it off. 8.A stone fell on my head and knocked me out. I was unconscious for half an hour.


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