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Phrasal Verbs Подготовила учитель английского языка: Бондаренко Людмила Ивановна г. Санкт-Петербург
It's a verb + a particle (preposition or adverb) that changes the meaning to make a new verb. What is a phrasal verb?
The hunter is looking for the animals. A boy is looking out of the school bus. Examples Just look at her. She is so funny! Was he looking in his mother?
Fill in the gaps Don’t tell me that the concert has been cancelled. I was really looking _______ it. My grandmother is looking ______ my baby sister while my mother works. When you travel abroad, you should look _____ pickpockets. My cousin is really arrogant. I hate the way he looks _______ everyone. forward after out of down on
Fill in the gaps Look____! There is a car coming. Could you look ____ my dog while I am on vocation? I’ll look ___ and see you next week. If you don’t know the word look it ___ in the dictionary. Have you seen my shirt? I’ve been looking ___ it everywhere. Look ___ this picture, please. out after in up for at
It’s very funny to come along. Come on! Don’t be afraid. Examples Goodbye! Come back soon. “I’ve come across this book today”.
Fill in the gaps Come _____ or we’ll be late. I came ______ this book in a little book shop. Come ________ here. I want to talk to you. Come ________ with us, or you will miss a bus. The button has come _______ my coat. on across back along off
The tourist can hardly get arround the city. He had to get up two hours ago. Examples In fact, they get on well with each other. They are just playing. The bus gets in at 2 p.m. Don’t be late!
Fill in the gaps If he gets _____ early, he’ll come in time. Take this bus and get ______in 15 minutes. It was too hard for her to get ______after that illness. The more we get __________the happier we’ll be. How do they get ________? Pretty well. up off over together along
Fill in the gaps I haven’t had much money since I lost my job, but I am getting _____. Does Tom get _____ well with his sister? It’s easy for tourists to get ______ the city by train, bus or tram. What time does your flight get _____? by on around in
The lights went off and I saw a real ghost. I guess, this socks don’t go together with my jacket. Examples Garfield can’t go without donuts. The film has been going on for 3 hours. It was so boring.
Fill in the gaps Mike doesn’t go ______ sports. The meeting went _____ for two hours. The lights went _____ and the film began. You may take this book. I can easily go _______ it for a week. Your blouse doesn’t go _______ with this skirt. in for on off without together
Tweety is running away from Sylvester. Have you known before that some new gadgets run on soul energy. Examples I remember the day when I’ve run into you. I guess we will run out of this ice-cream soon.
Fill in the gaps He almost run _____ the neighbour’s cat! I hope we won’t run _____ petrol before we get home! I run _____ Eddie in the supermarket yesterday. Most cars run _____ unleaded petrol. The robber tried to run _______ the police but didn’t manage to. over out of into on away from
It’s too hard to carry all of this books. I think I’ll give some of them away. Mike used to smoking but he have given up! Now he is doing sport. Examples The meal is giving off steam it must be very hot. When you will give back the carrots that you’ve owed?
Fill in the gaps Something in the fridge is giving _____ a horrible smell. He has given _____ all his books when he moved house. She decided to give _____ smoking. Did you give _____ that book to Diana? I give _____. What’s the answer? off away up back up
I turned down the offer because I’ve found the best well-paid job. Turn off the radio, please. I have an awful headache. Someone turned over the page of this book. Examples Emma, don’t forget to turn up the alarm clock.
Fill in the gaps Let’s turn _____ the air conditioning. It’s really hot. Turn _____ the radio, Simon. It’s too loud. I can hardly hear the TV. Can you turn it _____. Turn _____the lights before you go. I don’t like this programme. Can you turn it _____ to news, please? on down up off over
I was brought up to respect others. The sudden cold weather brought on his fever again. Examples Some medications have brought about her insomnia. The smell of these flowers brings back memories.
Fill in the gaps He brought _____ the tools he had borrowed from me yesterday. Recent advances in technology have brought _____ great changes in our lives. I was brought _____ in Delaware in the USA. You look upset – what brought that _____. back up about on