Tuesday, April 5, 2016

My favourite phrasal verbs with their meaning

Most of the teenagers hate learning phrasal verbs because they have different meaning with every preposition and they find it difficult.  Sometimes, I belong to those youngers. However, I try to learn as more as I can because I know they are useful. Here are some of my favourite phrasal verbs with their meaning. 

   Back up= give support
   Break out= start suddenly, escape
   Brush up on= practice sth you already have knowledge of
   Put off= postpone
   Call for= demand
   Come off= be removed for a colour
   Do away with= get rid of
   Snap up= to buy sth immediately
   Cut off= interrupt
   Figure out= understand, solve
   Give in= surrender
   Give away= give for free
   Go through= live through difficult experiences
   Keep up with= not fall behind
   Iron out= fix problems
   Let down= disappoint
   Pass out= faint
   Pass away= die
   I hope you enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Bravoooo Maryyyy!!! You are the queen of phrasal verbs!!

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