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Phrasal Verbs

•→ Frequently used Phrasal Verbs ⇐
•→Dictionary of English Phrasal Verbs

Φ  Here’s a challenging exercise involving  PHRASAL VERB←

They have all been extracted from Frank Oz‘s most hilarious film ‘Death at a Funeral‘, a movie you can borrow from our library.

Have fun!

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Many words evoke spontaneous images in the minds of native speakers. This is particularly true of words which refer to physical, spacial events or relationships, e.g. go, jump, up, round. We are in direct contact with the physical world through our senses : seeing, feeling, hearing, tasting, smelling. When words evoke images in our minds of the physical world we have a direct feeling of their meaning without needing to use intellectual analysis or translate through another language.

To describe non-physical, non-spacial events and relationships (time, emotion, economics, for example) all languages use metaphors taken from the physical world. This is particularly true in the case of phrasal verbs which often have both a physical and a metaphorical or derived meaning, sometimes even several metaphorical meanings depending on the context in which they are used. (e.g. He made up a story. She made up her face) In nearly all cases, being able to evoke the physical image helps to find the metaphorical or derived meaning.

∇  10 Phrasal Verbs With Multiple Meanings ⇓

◊  Top 12 most useful phrasal verbs  ↓  This selection of film clips gives you several examples for 12 of the most common (and useful!) day to day phrasal verbs.

1  take/get out     2  put away     3  do up     4  get in     5  get off     6  get on

7  get out     8  take off     9  put on     10  put down    11  pick up     12  hang up

◊  5 phrasal verbs with ↓ ‘GET…’

GET …  ⇓  …up / …along / …ahead / …by / …together

• Another lesson by Alex (with quiz)⇒[PUT… down / back / off / up]

♦  10 phrasal verbs with ‘HOLD’  ⇓

...on / …off / …up / …out / …over / …against / …onto / …back / …down / …to

• Another lesson by Adam⇒[FALL … apart/out/behind/for/through/in (with)/back (on)]

∞  Phrasal verbs vs Prepositional verbs  ⇒[01] ⇔ [02] ⇔ [03]⇐

Notice that the particle in phrasal verbs is an adverb (=stressed), whereas the particle in prepositional verbs is a preposition in its weak form (=unstressed).

•→dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/multi-word-verbs

♦  Phrasal verbs ↓ “…OFF”

see…/ make…/ set…/ get…/ tell…/ piss…/ round…/ pull…/ write… ⇓ … OFF

⇓  Phrasal verbs with the particle “OFF”⇐

•  Phrasal verbs with the particle “ON” ⇓

hangout

[01] ⇔ [02] ⇔ [03] ⇔ [04] ⇔ [05] ⇔ [06] ⇔ [07]⇐ ‘OUT’ phrasal verbs:   

⇒[vid#1] ⇔ [vid#2]⇐

•  Phrasal verbs with the particle“IN”:  ⇒[vid]⇐ 

⇒[01] ⇔ [02] ⇔ [03] ⇔ [04]“INTO”:  phrasal verb ⇒[quiz]

•  Phrasal verbs with the particle →”OVER”←: ⇒[01] ⇔ [02] ⇐ + ⇒[quiz]⇐

back

•  Phrasal verbs with the particle“…DOWN” ↓ …⇒[vid#1] ⇔ [vid#2] ⇔ [vid#3]

•  Phrasal verbs with the particle →“UP”:  ⇒[quiz#1] ⇔ [quiz#2] ⇔ [quiz#3] ⇔ [quiz#4]

⇒[vid#1] ⇔ [vid#2] ⇔ [vid#3]

    ⇓ … ‘walk up’ / ‘warm up’ / ‘beef up’ / ‘stay up’

up

⇓  . . . ‘bring up’  /  ‘call off’  /  ‘calm down’

back off

Φ  Phrasal verbs organized by PARTICLES … ⇒[quiz 01] ⇔ [quiz 02]⇐

        ⊕   More  quizzes    .    .    .      in

‘in’ / ‘out’ ⇐

 ⇒[quiz#1] ⇐ ‘OUT’ ⇒ [quiz#2]⇐ 

 ⇒ ‘up’ / ‘down’ ⇔ ‘UP’ & ‘DOWN’ ⇐

‘UP’ [quiz#1] ⇔ [quiz#2] ⇔ [quiz#3] ⇔ [quiz#4] ⇔ [quiz#5]

 ⇒[quiz#1] ⇐ ‘DOWN’ ⇒ [quiz#2]

⇒ ‘OUT’ & ‘OFF’ ⇐

 ⇒[quiz 01] ⇐ ‘OFF’ [quiz 02]

⇒ ‘on’ / ‘off’ ⇐

[quiz 01] ⇐ ‘ON’ ⇒ [quiz 02]

⇒ ‘for’ / ‘over’ ⇐

away

♣  Phrasal Verb Pictures  ⇓  [MrSkypelessons]

⇓  get on/off/in/out of  –  go out/come in  –  pick up  –  look after/for/forward to  –  turn on/off  –  call back  –  take off/put on  –  put in/take out

find out – take off  –  split/break up  –  throw away/get rid of –  turn/show up –  fill in/write down – fall/slip over  –  get on  –  give up/cut down on  –  let down  –  pick up/drop off  ⇓

break down  –  come up with  –  do up/undo  –  mix up  –  put on/take off  –  put out  –  show off  –  take apart/put together  –  rip/tear off  ⇓

♥  Phrasal-verbs-for-romantic-relationships  ⇓  [Read & Listen]

                                                   love [→quiz←]   ♥   

Phrasal verb
meaning
get on (with someone)
have a good relationship
ask (someone) out
ask somebody to go on a date
fall for someone
fall in love with someone
go out (with someone)
be in a relationship with someone
move in (with someone)
start living in the same home
fall out (with someone)
have an argument, stop being friends,
split up (or break up )(with someone)
end a relationship
get over (someone/something)
stop feeling upset about something
bump into someone
meet by accident
make up
become friends again after falling out
get back together
start a relationship again
14 Phrasal verbs   ⇓   to do with emotions
happy-sad

‘get sb down’ / ‘tear sb apart’ / ‘put out’ / ‘cheer up’ / ‘perk up’ / ‘brighten up’ / ‘liven up’ / ‘calm down’ / ‘get over’ / ‘snap out of’ / ‘pull oneself together’ / ‘get carried away’ / ‘freak out’ / ‘flip  out’

♦  11 ANGRY Phrasal Verbs with Emma  ⇓

♦  English with Jo  ⇓  Hobbies (‘take up’ / ‘give up’ / ‘get into’ / ‘join in’)

◊ A Powerpoint presentation on Phrasal Verbs ↓ A basic overview of the different types & uses.

⇓  Phrasal Verbs in Daily English Conversations  

                         PPV ⇒[quiz]
♣  Three-Part Phrasal Verbs  ⇔  Phrasal-prepositional verbs:

¤  Building Phrasal Verb Vocabulary ⇐ QUIZZES:        

Φ   Multi-word verbs/two part verbs exercises … 

∞ Matching exercices . . . ⇒[01] ⇔ [02]  [03] ⇔ [04] ⇔ [05]⇐ 

Various exercises for phrasal  verbs … ⇒[01][02][03] ⇔ [04] ⇔ [05]

∞  Two tunes:  Mary Jane’s Last Dance + Something in the Air

MJ

•  Something In The Air ↓  [Thunderclap Newman]

Call out the instigators Because there’s something in the air

We’ve got to get together sooner or later Because the revolution’s here,

and you know it’s right And you know that it’s right

We have got to get it together … We have got to get it together now

Lock up the streets and houses Because there’s something in the air

We’ve got to get together sooner or later Because the revolution’s here,

and you know it’s right And you know that it’s right

We have got to get it together … We have got to get it together now

Hand out the arms and ammo We’re going to blast our way through here

We’ve got to get together sooner or later Because the revolution’s here,

and you know it’s right And you know that it’s right

We have got to get it together … We have got to get it together now

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