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Phrasal Verbs 1

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  • To have a good relationship with someone. 'Do you get ___ with your siblings'
    on
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  • The personal details you use to enter somewhere. Often online. 'I can't remember my email address therefore I can't sign ___'
    in/out
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  • To ask someone to be happy. 'Although you lost the game please cheer ___'
    up
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  • Synonymous to getting dressed OR to organise an event 'At the end of term the children decided to put ___ a show'
    on
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  • To have completely finished something "Do you have any milk?" "Sorry, I've run ___."
    out
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  • used to tell someone to wait for a short time 'Hold ___, I'll check in my diary.'
    on
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  • to give written information, esp. by completing a form: 'I got the membership form and filled it ___.'
    in/out
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  • to gradually become an adult OR to tell someone to stop acting immaturely. 'What do you want to be when you grow ___?'
    up
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  • When the teacher asks you to give them your homework 'Can you please hand ___ your homework at the end of class'
    in/up
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  • To exercise OR to find a solution to something 'Did you manage work ___ how much our holiday will cost'
    out
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  • To start up or shut down an appliance. 'Can please turn ___ the computer'
    on/off
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  • to start to talk about a particular subject 'She's always bringing ___ her health problems'
    up
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  • To physically lift something to another position. 'Can you please take ___ in the clothes'
    out/in
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  • to enter a room or building 'Do you want to come ___ for a cup of tea?'
    in
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  • to stop trying 'This homework is too difficult, I give ___'
    up
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  • to leave a hotel after paying and returning your room key OR to explore a new place 'A new cinema just opened in the city yesterday, let's check it ___'
    out
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  • To complain about something OR to physically give something to someone ‘He’s always giving ___ about the traffic in the morning’
    out
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