Czasowniki frazowe z przykładami użycia z książki Longman Repetytorium Maturalne poziom podstawowy. Matura Wydawnictwo Pearson. Język angielski – test: Wstaw w lukę odpowiedni czasownik frazowy. Język angielski – test: Wstaw w lukę odpowiedni przyimek bądź partykułę tak, by uzyskać pasujący do kontekstu czasownik frazowy.
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Everyone in the room needs one of these information sheets. Psych out – Work out or anticipate someone’s intentions – Make someone less confident Psych up – Prepare someone mentally Pull ahead – Overtake, move in front Pull apart – Destroy an argument, theory, etc – Stop people or animals fighting – Make someone unhappy or upset Pull away – When a vehicle moves from a place Pull down – Demolish Pull in – When a train arrives at a station – Attract – Stop a car by the side off the road Pull off – Manage to do something difficult or tricky Pull on – Put clothes on Pull over – Stop by the side of the road Pull up – Slow and stop a car – Inform someone that they are wrong Push in – Get in a queue without waiting Put away – Put something back in the correct place – Put someone in prison Put back – Rearrange something for a later time Put by – Save for the future Put down – Kill an animal because it’s old, ill, etc.
My car was banged up by a careless lady driver.
You’d better watch out. Will you help me put them away? They backed up my story. They will be in soon. Buy off – Pay someone to stop them causing trouble; They wanted to buy her off so that she doesn’t make any trouble.
Billy’s grandmother especially liked her birthday card because Billy had picked it out himself. She failed the test and has been down for a czsowniki.
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He bore up under the enormous strain. Security has been beefed up after the explotion. They should be along soon. He’s been up since 4. He backed down as soon as he relized he was wrong. She was taken with my charming smile. They are off for the whole summer. The party guests acted out stories for one another. The time is up! You can’t back out now. The man was blown down by the wind.
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I could hear her banging around in her room. Could you bear with me for a moment? He was feeling a little tired, so frazwe drank a glass of orange juice. They are bubbling over with excitement.
We have to adhere to our plan. The boss won’t put up with tardiness. Roll up – To appear in large numbers for an event Roll up!
They blanked out the passage so that nobody could read it. The children just drank the last of the milk. She acted on his advice.
Blow over – When a scandal gets forgotten; Our argument blow over rather fast.
Zagadka mistrza Alberta komentarze: He bailed out of the plane when it was about to crush. We bedded down at I’m out of money, yet still happy. Live it up – Have a good time by spending a lot of money Live off – Use money earned Live on – Use money for basic necessities – Czsowniki be forgotten Live out – Stay somewhere until you die – Fulfill an ambition or fantasy – Not live at the place where you study or work Live through – Experience different times Live together – Have a relationship and live in the same place without marrying Live up to – Meet expectations or standards Live with – Accept something unpleasant – Have a relationship and live in the same place without marrying Load down – Burden Load up – Take illegal drugs – Fill a machine or vehicle Load up casowniki – Consume a lot of something for a particular purpose Lock up – Close all doors, windows, etc.
Get over – Recover Get over with – Do something unpleasant rather than delaying it any more Get round around to – Finally manage to do something Get round or around – Persuade someone Get crazowe – Contact – Consume – Finish Get through to – Make someone understand Get to – Annoy, irritate – Arrive Get together – Meet socially Get up – Get out of bed – Organise Get up to – Do something wrong or naughty Give away – Entrust your daughter to her husband through the marriage ceremony – Tell a secret Give back – Return something you’ve borrowed Give in czasoniki Stop doing something because it’s too hard or requires too much energy – Submit homework, etc.
My trip to Chicago didn’t pan out. Frxzowe up – Cure or recover from czasowinki infection – Tidy up Click through – Open an advertisement on the Internet Climb down – Accept that czaowniki are wrong and change your position Clog up – Block, slow movement right down Close down – Close a shop, branch or business permanently Cloud over – Get very cloudy Clown about – Behave stupidly or waste time Clown around – Behave stupidly or waste time Cock frazpwe – Ruin or spoil something Colour Color up – Blush Come about – Happen, occur Come across – Find by accident – Agree to have sex with someone – The way other people see you Come apart – Break into pieces Come before – Appear in court charged with a crime or offence Come by – Visit – Acquire Come czasowniji – Rain – Travel Come down on – Criticise heavily Come down with – Fall ill Come forth – Appear Come forth with – Provide information Come from – Country or town where you czasownii born Come in – Arrive for flights – Place or ranking in a competition, etc.