Complete Phrasal Verbs List Phrasal Verb Meaning Example Abide Making Headway Upper-Intermediate Phrasal Verbs and Idioms Graham Workman. They are unclear because the meaning of the phrase is not literal or pre- dictable. Phrasal verbs, also called two-word verbs, are idiomatic expressions because. 7/12/ Oxford Word Skills Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Advanced | Katalin Radics PDF Oxford Word Skills Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Advanced.

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Phrasal Verbs and Idioms will find its place in self-access centres, for learners to study on their own: and teachers will welcome the texts, listenings, explanations. The phrases are a mixture of idioms, phrasal verbs (two-word verb phrases), and slang words. • The example sentences are in a conversational setting (or tone). across lots of expressions and idioms that make the subject more vivid and This ebook contains essential business idioms and phrasal verbs in current.

If I don't get a rise soon, I'll start looking for another job. This is ridiculous: we're getting nowhere. You're always watching television. Get a life!

My job drives me crazy, but I like it, if you get my meaning. Get a grip on yourself — you've got an interview in half an hour. I can't get to grips with my new computer.

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You need to get your act together if you want to succeed. I've got absolutely no money, and it's really getting me down. It's almost eight o'clock. Let's get going, or we'll be late. He was so rude to me. Just wait until I get my own back. Our teacher lets us get away with murder!

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I need a break, so I've decided to get away from it all for a few weeks. A Energy; enthusiasm. B To hurry up; to do something more quickly. C To receive more money for doing your work. D To understand what someone is trying to say. E To make someone feel unhappy. F To be unsuccessful; to not make any progress.

G To be over-confident or rude. H To take a holiday. I Something that will make you a lot of money in a short space of time. J To organise yourself. K Clothes.

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L To start doing something; to begin a journey. N To do something more interesting. O To control your emotions and behaviour.

P To be very friendly with each other. Q To be dismissed from a job. R To take revenge on someone for something they have done. S A party or social event with friends.

T To go away; to leave someone alone. U To annoy someone V To not punish someone for doing something wrong. W To start the day badly; to be in a bad mood. X To start discussing small but important details.

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Y To be unable to answer. Phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions using 'give' Choose the word or words in bold to complete the phrasal verbs, idioms and other expressions in italics in these sentences. In one case, all options are possible.

The meaning of each phrasal verb, idiom, etc, in its given context is in italics at the end of each sentence. Have I done something to upset Anne?

Allow for Include something in a plan or calculation. Angle for Try to get something indirectly, by hinting or suggesting. Answer back To reply rudely to someone in authority. Answer for Be held responsible for a problem.

Answer for Speak on behalf of someone or from knowing them. Argue down Beat someone in a debate, discussion or argument. Argue down Persuade someone to drop the price of something they're selling. Argue down Try to persuade people not to accept a proposition, motion, etc. Argue out Argue about a problem to find a solution.

Ask about Ask how someone is doing, especially professionally and in terms of health. Ask after Enquire about someone's health, how life is going. Ask around Ask a number of people for information of help. Ask for To provoke a negative reaction. Request to have or be given. Ask in To invite somebody into your house. Auction off Sell something in an auction.

Back down Retract or withdraw your position or proposal in an argument. Back into Enter a parking area in reverse gear.

Back out Fail to keep an arrangement or promise. Back out of Exit a parking area in reverse gear. Die down Decrease or become quieter.

Die out Become extinct or disappear. Dig into Reach inside to get something. Fawn over Praise someone in an excessive way to get their favour or something from them. Feed off Eat a food as part of an animals diet. Feed on Give someone a particular food.

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Feed up Give someone a lot of food to restore their health, make them bigger, etc. Feel up Touch sexually, grope. Feel up to Feel capable of doing something.

Give up Stop doing something that has been a habit. Hunt out Search until you find something. Jam on Apply or operate something forcefully.

Jaw away Talk just for the point of talking rather than having anything to say. Jazz up Make something more interesting or attractive.

Key to Plan things to fit or suit people or situations. Key up Make someone excited or nervous. Kick in When a drug starts to take effect.

Kick out Expel. Knock off Finish work for the day. Lash down Secure something with ropes or cords. Let off Not punish. Live by Follow a belief system to guide your behaviour.

Live down Stop being embarrassed about something.

Log in Enter a restricted area on a computer system. Log into Enter a restricted area of a computer system. Look up Consult a reference work dictionary, phonebook, etc.

Magic away Make something disappear quickly. Make it Arrive or get a result.The meaning of each phrasal verb. Note that in some cases. I must hurry. Ask about Ask how someone is doing, especially professionally and in terms of health.

There is also an Answers section at the back of the book so that you can check your answers. I go in for what you're saying.

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