Most Important Phrasal Verbs, Meanings and Example Sentences PDF Worksheet

Most Important Phrasal Verbs, Meanings and Example Sentences PDF Worksheet

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Take upTo begin a new hobbyI’m not very good at basketball. I only took it up recently.
Get aroundTo travel to different placesI will get around from town to town.
Go alongTo continue to happen or to developHe is under the radar but he is going along well.
Back outWithdraw from something
one has agreed to do
He backed out of the agreement.
Wipe outTo destroy something completelyPeople worry that climate change will wipe out coffee crops in certain countries.
Use upFinish a supply of somethingI’ve used up all my holiday entitlement.
Set asideTo reserve something for a particular aimJohn set aside some money fo his kid’s future.
Get upStop sleeping and leave bedI first thing I do when I get up is go to the toilet.
Wake upStop sleeping, or make
someone stop sleeping
They often wake up at 7. am.
Ask afterTo ask for information about someoneTell your mother I was asking after  her.
Come  acrossDiscover by accdentI came across a car I’d never seen before.
Let onMake clear, evinceYou don’t want to let on how rich you really are.
Keep inNot allow someone out.Children were kept in after school.
Hold onTo wait particularly
on the phone
They’ll hold on another minute, then They’ll have to go.
Break intoInterruptSamuel break into the conversation and told us.

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