There are seven common phrasal verbs that include the verb 'break'.
Break away - to leave something.
Break down - to become very upset.
Break into - to enter a building by force.
Break off - to break a piece from something.
Break out of - to escape from somewhere.
Break through - to pass through a barrier.
Break up - to finish a romantic relationship with someone.
One of these phrasal verbs fits in each of these sentences. Which one do you think it is? To make it a bit more difficult, I have left it to you to decide which tense the phrasal verb needs to be in. Good luck!
- 1. Did you hear about the man that the bank last week? Luckily, the police caught him.
- 2. I think it's terrible that prisoners are still able to prison. The public should be better protected.
- 3. I think Emily needs to from that group of friends. They are a bad influence on her.
- 4. I think she was having a really terrible week and on Friday she just . It was so sad.
- 5. I think my brother is thinking about with his girlfriend. It's a shame, I really like her.
- 6. Please will you a big piece of chocolate for me?
- 7. The crowd the barrier that was in front of the band.