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Phrasal Verbs

Pablo Martín, Álvaro Prieto and Raúl Muñoz

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Let's form two teams, each composed of 5 participants. Each team will be presented with a series of questions about phrasal verbs. If they get the question wrong, they will lose part of their money and a team member. However, if they get the question right, they will keep all their money and team members. The game will end when one of the two teams runs out of members, and the other team will win the remaining money after the challenge.​

Exercise 6

Exercise 5

Exercise 4

Exercise 3

Exercise 2

Exercise 1

Do the following activities about phrasal verbs

Phrasal Verbs

Stop talking something or someone

01

Picking up something

Start talking about a topic or raising a child.

What does the phrasal verb "Bring up" mean?

Question 1/1

01:30

Exercise 1

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Here are some examples of the phrasal verb!

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  • She brought up an interesting point during the meeting.
  • They brought up their children to be polite and respectful.

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Exercise 6

Exercise 5

Exercise 4

Exercise 3

Exercise 2

Exercise 1

Do the following activities about phrasal verbs

Phrasal Verbs

02

01:30

pay attention to something.

to give the impression of being something.

overcome an obstacle

travel from one place to another

What does the phrasal verb "Come across as" mean?

Question 1/1

Exercise 2

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Here are some examples of the phrasal verb!

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  • During the interview, he came across as very professional and knowledgeable.
  • Despite his serious appearance, he came across as quite friendly and approachable.

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Exercise 6

Exercise 5

Exercise 4

Exercise 3

Exercise 2

Exercise 1

Do the following activities about phrasal verbs

Phrasal Verbs

03

Clearly it's correct!

it is not a correct use

Even though he cheated on the exam, he managed to get away with it because no one caught him

Question 1/1

Exercise 3

01:30

Analyze the sentence and answer whether the use of the phrasal verb (underlined words) is correct or not.

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Here are some examples of the phrasal verb!

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  • She thought she could get away with lying to her parents, but they eventually found out the truth.
  • The thief tried to get away with stealing the car, but the police caught him just in time.

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  • MEANING: To escape the consequences of a wrongful or illegal act

Exercise 6

Exercise 5

Exercise 4

Exercise 3

Exercise 2

Exercise 1

Do the following activities about phrasal verbs

Phrasal Verbs

Come up with something

Come down with something

01:30

Come up against something​

Come across something

What phrasal verb means to find lots of problems unexpectedly while you are trying to get something you want ​?

04

Question 1/1

Exercise 3

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  • When she was starting her new business, she came up against numerous regulatory challenges.
  • During the project, the team came up against several unexpected technical issues.

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Exercise 6

Exercise 5

Exercise 4

Exercise 3

Exercise 2

Exercise 1

Do the following activities about phrasal verbs

Phrasal Verbs

05

come up with

look up to

run out of

Fill in the gap with one of three options

Question 1/1

01:30

Exercise 5

When the team faced the unexpected problem, they had to quickly ______ a solution

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Here are some examples of the phrasal verb!

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  • She always manages to come up with creative solutions to difficult problems.
  • I'm sure we can come up with something that will impress the client.

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  • MEANING: Generate or produce an idea or solution.

Exercise 6

Exercise 5

Exercise 4

Exercise 3

Exercise 2

Exercise 1

Realiza la actividad de cada lección y consigue un fantástico diploma

Phrasal Verbs

06

01:30

Put up with

Stand for

Run into

Come across

Select the phrasal verb or image that best matches the meaning of the verb

Pregunta 03/03

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Exercise 6

express the idea of ​​tolerate with something or someone

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  • We've had to put up with construction noise for weeks.
  • It's hard to put up with her bad habits sometimes.

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