9 Phrasal Verbs with “Up”

Here are 9 easy commonly used phrasal verbs with "up" you must know

Phrasal Verb “Make up”

Phrasal verbs tend to have more than one meaning. The phrasal verb "make up" is definitely one of them. Here are four meanings of this phrasal verbs you can easily adopt.

Phrasal Verb: Pick Up

As a rule, phrasal verbs usually have more than one meaning. Let's look at the meanings of the phrasal verb "pick up":

Phrasal verb: Work Out

Like many others, phrasal verb 'work out' has more than one meaning. Let's look at a few of them: Work out 1 Meaning: to think of a solution for dealing with a problem. Ex: We have to work out a way to fit this shelf here. Environmentalists are trying to work out a solution for … Continue reading Phrasal verb: Work Out

Phrasal Verbs with “Hand”

Have your grandparents ever handed down something to you? Learn what it means here. Here are four phrasal verbs with the word "hand"

11 Phrasal Verbs with Around

Are you struggling to remember phrasal verbs? 🙂 Then this is the right post for you. Here are 11 phrasal verbs with 'around' that may come handy any time:

6 phrasal verbs with ‘come’ you probably don’t know

Come across – meet someone accidentally. Ex: I came across Martha at the meeting yesterday. Come down with – start being ill. Ex: I’m afraid I can’t go out with you tonight. I came down with the flu. Come forward – to offer information about something. Ex: No one came forward to witness last night’s … Continue reading 6 phrasal verbs with ‘come’ you probably don’t know

8 Phrasal Verbs with ‘Over’

In todays lesson, you will learn 8 must-know phrasal verbs with "over"

24 Expressions with the Verb ‘Hold’ + 6 Phrasal Verbs

If you decide to wait before you take action, it means that you're holding your fire. If you watched the football match last night, you could see that the local team held the lead to the very end of the game. They definitely held all the aces (cards). If you're able to hold down a … Continue reading 24 Expressions with the Verb ‘Hold’ + 6 Phrasal Verbs

6 Phrasal Verbs with ‘Hold’

Here are six phrasal verbs with the verb 'hold': HOLD TO - keep to something.She was determined to hold to her decision.Sally's always held to her promises. HOLD BACK - retreat.Don't hold back. Tell us what you know about it.I tried to talk to him but he held back immediately. HOLD OFF - postpone, delay, … Continue reading 6 Phrasal Verbs with ‘Hold’

Phrasal verbs: CALL

Here is a great opportunity to learn five phrasal verbs with "call"

6 Phrasal Verbs with ‘Ask’

In this lesson, you will have an opportunity to learn six phrasal verbs with 'ask': ASK FOR – to request to see or speak to someone. Bob asked for you while you were at work. ASK AFTER SOMEBODY – ask about someone’s health. Milly asked after your dad. ASK AROUND – to ask different people … Continue reading 6 Phrasal Verbs with ‘Ask’

9 phrasal verbs with the verb “draw”

Here is a good opportunity to learn some phrasal verbs with the verb "draw"

Meanings of the Verb ‘Ask’

Ask is a very common verb in English and as such it has several meanings

Travel Phrasal Verbs

It’s summer time and few of us aren't going to hit the road in search for the best tourist destination where we could have proper rest and lots of fun. I hope this post will come handy as it looks at the phrasal verbs used to talk about things when travelling. Go away - go … Continue reading Travel Phrasal Verbs

46+ Phrasal Verbs with ‘Go’

Many verbs make phrasal verbs. One of the most common ones is the verb “go”. Here are 46+ phrasal verbs with “go” you should try to learn in context and incorporate into your everyday speech.

Phrasal Verbs with ‘Take’

Here are ten most frequent phrasal verbs with 'take': Take after - to look or behave similarly as somebody in your family. I take after my grandma. My daughter takes after her dad. Take to - to start doing something regularly, develop a habit. He took to drinking. He was too weak, so he took … Continue reading Phrasal Verbs with ‘Take’