Here are some phrasal verbs that we can use when talking about relationships we have with other people. Some of them are positive, some are negative.
Look up to - to respect and admire someone. "She's always looked up to her mother. She wants to be just like her."
Fall for - to start having strong, romantic feelings about someone. "I'm falling for the new man in my office, he's so handsome!"
Fall out - to argue with someone and stop being friendly with them. "She fell out with her sister after her sister borrowed her camera then lost it."
Make up - to become friends with someone after a fight or argument. "I fight with my brother all the time, but we always make up soon afterwards."
Put down - to say bad things about someone; to insult. "It makes me angry when she puts me down in front of my friends."
Put up with - to tolerate; to accept an unpleasant situation, although you do not like it: "I can't put up with loud music my neighbour's playing any longer. It's driving me crazy!"
Now choose the correct phrasal verb to complete each sentence: