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phrasal verbs

Phrasal Verb - 'See Through'

Average: 3.7 (11 votes)

This month's phrasal verb, see through, has two meanings. You can probably guess both meanings from the picture. Here's an explanation to help you out, just in case.

Of course, we can use see through to mean 'look through':

'The window is too dirty. I can't see through it.'

Phrasal Verb - Move

Average: 3.3 (22 votes)

move away

Move away: To move away means that you leave one place to go and live in another.

'I was born in London, but we moved away to Liverpool when I was very young.'

Phrasal Verb - 'Fall out'

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Let's take a look at the phrasal verb fall out. Like most phrasal verbs, it has more than one meaning. Here's how we can use fall out:

to fall - to separate. When one thing separates from another thing. In the cartoon the birds might separate from their nest (fall from the nest onto the ground), or you might fall out of your bed at night!

'When you get old your hair and teeth start to fall out.'

'Zest of Youth'

'Zest of Youth'

'i'm on wheels'

when someone is driving and when he attend the call and reply 'i'm on wheels'.
'i'm on wheels' means im on driving. is it correct? tell me what are the other ways to answer.

Phrasal Verb - Turn

Average: 3.7 (46 votes)

'Turn on the TV.'

Let's help to build your vocabulary by looking at 11 phrasal verbs that use the word turn:

Turn Down

Turn Down: to lower the volume.

'The TV is too loud. Can you turn it down?'

Turn Down: to refuse or decline a request.

Phrasal Verb - 'Step on'

Average: 3.7 (15 votes)

Let's take a look at the phrasal verb step on. Here it can be seen as having two meanings:

The position of Phrasal Verbs

Average: 3.9 (20 votes)

'Take it easy' or Take easy it'?

changing the position of objects in phrasal verbs

Phrasal Verbs can often be split when they use an object. For example we can say:

'I'm going to take off my shirt.'
'I'm going to take my shirt off'.

Phrasal Verb - 'Bring'

Average: 4 (66 votes)

'We were worried but the doctor was able to bring her to.'

Today we take a look at phrasal verbs which use the verb 'bring'. Below you will find a definition of each with example sentences. When you have finished, try the quiz at the bottom.

bring about

to cause something to happen:

Heads up

Give me a heads up when you are ready to leave.' What does heads up mean in this sentence? Thanks