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Old 07-05-2010, 03:34 PM
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Time for some phrasal verb fun! Complete the sentence using the correct verb and remember to change the tense when necessary.
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Old 07-05-2010, 03:37 PM
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slip up - to make a mistake/an error
pick out - to choose
nod off - to fall asleep
close down - to close a place forever/permanently
zone out - to stop paying attention
get away - to escape
iron out - to discuss a problem until it is solved
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Old 07-05-2010, 07:03 PM
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1.I heard that the sports shop is closed down on Friday. They're having a big sale now.2.I scored 9 out of 10. I only slipped up on one question.3.Let's try and iron out all these problems in tomorrow's meeting.4.I was so tired that I nodded off in my chair and started snoring!5.Take a look at my record collection and pick out something you want to listen to..6.Can you say that again? I wasn't listening. I zoned out for a moment?7.the bank robbers got away with $ one million dollars.
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Old 07-06-2010, 12:08 AM
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NATASHA,
THE ACTION OF THE 1ST SENTENCE REFERS TO FUTURE, SO WE MUST USE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE-IS CLOSING DOWN.
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Phrasal Verbs using 'take'
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Old 07-06-2010, 11:13 PM
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Take up- to begin or start a new hobby.
He took up jogging after his doctor advised him to get some exercise.
He took jogging up after his doctor told him to get some exercise.
Take out To remove something to outside
Take out the rubbish when you leave.
Take the rubbish out when you leave.
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Old 07-07-2010, 12:02 AM
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Take in To understand or comprehend something.
Sarah couldnt take in all the information at the meeting.
Take after To have a similar character or personality to a family member.
In my family, I take after my mother. We have the same eyes and nose.
Take back (something) To return something.
Could you take this book back to the library for me?
Could you take back this book to the library for me?
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Take off (something) To remove something, usually an items clothing or accessories
In Japan people take off their shoes when they enter a house.
In Japan people take their shoes off when they enter a house.
Take on To employ someone or to be employed.
The restaurant takes on extra staff in the summer.
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Now try and complete the sentences using one of the phrasal verbs. Remember to use the correct form.
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Old 07-07-2010, 12:12 AM
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1.If we don't take this DVD.... to the store today, we will have to pay a fine.
2.On my street, we .... our garbage on Thursday nights.
3.I was .... by the company after they saw I had good experience.
4.In your family, who do you most ....?
5.Jenny .... her make-up off before she went to bed.
6.Her father took golf .... after he retired.
7.Are you ....what I am saying?
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