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Phrasal verbs - Фразовые глаголы

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Prepositional phrases are groups of words containing prepositions.
As you remember a phrasal verb is a verb that is made up of a main verb together with an adverb or a preposition or both. Typically, their meaning is not obvious from the meanings of the individual words themselves.

Here are 10 cool phrasal verbs about emotions
  • cheer up - взбодриться
  • lash out at - наброситься на
  • crack up - разразиться смехом
  • calm down - успокоиться
  • choke up - когда трудно говорить от волнения
  • let someone down - подвести кого-то
  • grow on someone - начинать нравиться
  • bottle up - скрывать
  • goof off, goof around - дурачиться
  • lighten up, loosen up – расслабиться

And some more useful phrasal verbs with examples:
  • bring up = raise children

For example:
  • It isn't easy to bring up children these days.
call off = cancel

For example:
  • They called off this afternoon's meeting
find out = discover

For example:
  • My sister found out that her husband had been planning a surprise party for her.
look up = search in a list

For example:
  • You've misspelled this word again. You'd better look it up.
try out = test

For example:
  • I tried out four cars before I could find one that pleased me.
run across = find by chance

For example:
  • I ran across my old roommate at the college reunion.
check up on = examine, investigate

For example:
  • The boys promised to check up on the condition of the summer house from time to time.
get along with = have a good relationship with

For example:
  • I found it very hard to get along with my brother.
look forward to = anticipate with pleasure

For example:
  • I always look forward to summer.
run out of = exhaust supply

For example:
  • The runners ran out of energy before the end of the race.
take care of = be responsible for

For example:
  • My oldest sister took care of us younger children.
come back = return to a place

For example:
  • Father promised that we would never come back to this horrible place.
eat out = dine in a restaurant

For example:
  • When we visited Paris, we loved eating out in the cafes.
show up = arrive

For example:
  • Day after day, Ed showed up for class twenty minutes late.
wake up = rise from sleep

For example:
  • I woke up at 6.
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