Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal verbs with SET

Set in to be fixed and unable to change He is set in his ways. He will never change. to place something so that it is surrounded by a medium Can you set that statue in the cement before it dries? Set on to have expectations that something will happen My daughter was set on […]

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LOOK UP meaning (phrasal verb)

Look up: to improve Last week business was really slow but this week it’s looking up. to find information I don’t know how to spell the word encyclopedia. I’m going to look it up in a dictionary. 24 Simple Phrasal Verbs with Look Phrasal Verbs with Look: look up, look after, look into, look out, […]

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8 Phrasal Verbs with BREAK [Infographic]

Share This Infographic On Your Site<p><strong>Please include attribution to MyEnglishTeacher.eu with this graphic.</strong></p><br /><br /> <p><a href=’https://www.myenglishteacher.eu//blog/phrasal-verbs-with-break/’><img src=’https://www.myenglishteacher.eu//blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/phrasal-verbs-with-break.png’ alt=’Phrasal Verbs with Break’ width=’750′ border=’0′ /></a></p><br /><br /> <p> Break away Break down Break in Break into Break off Break out Break through Break up Break away: to run away or escape from a person, situation […]

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14 Phrasal Verbs with Play

Play about Play along Play around Play at Play away Play back Play down Play off Play off against Play on Play out Play up Play up to Play with Play about to behave in a silly way Stop playing about and do your homework! Play along to perform a piece of music at the […]

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To Pig Out Meaning (phrasal verb)

Image source To pig out on something: to eat a lot or too much I’ve eaten well all week so tomorrow night I’m going to pig out. I love to pig out on ice-cream. What kind of food do you pig out on? More for you: Cooking / At the Restaurant Vocabulary and Dialogs 16 […]

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24 Simple Phrasal Verbs with Look

Phrasal Verbs with Look 1. Look after To take care of someone or something I need to find someone who can look after my dogs this weekend while I’m on holiday. 2. Look ahead To think about and plan the future Let’s look ahead to next month’s projected sales figures. 3. Look around/round Visit a […]

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