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Contents How to...Really learn phrasal verbs Verbs with ACROSS Verbs with AFTER Verbs with AWAY Verbs with BACK Verbs with DOWN Verbs with FOR Verbs with FORWARD =~ Verbs with IN “ : Verbs with OFF Verbs with ON Verbs with OUT Verbs with OVER Verbs with ROUND Verbs with UP Key to Exercises Review exercises and key tol Between pages 50 and 51 HOW TO ... REALLY LEARN PHRASAL VERBS This book covers 100 of the most frequent and useful phrasal verbs in English, with their main meanings. You may find that a phrasal verb has other meanings that are not covered in this book, but our aim is to give you what you need to master the phrasal verbs that you need in everyday English. The phrasal verbs in this book are arranged in alphabetical order according to the particles, so that look after comes before bring up, but you can do the pages in any order, as each page deals with a separate verb. There are also ten revision pages, which bring together verbs that have been covered in the other pages. The TITLE of each page shows you the general form of the phrasal verb. This already gives you some grammatical information - notice how this particular verb can be used both with and without an object, and how the object must be ‘somebody’ (i.e.a person). WAKE UP; WAKE sor STUDY is a very important section, which you should read carefully. These sentences show you what context the phrasal verb is usually used in and the most common ways it is used. All possible grammar patterns are shown in this section. You should keep referring back to this section to help you complete the other sections Read these sentences carefully. + He's always in a bad mood when he wakes up. + Please try not to wake the baby up. I've only just got him to sleep. * Sh! You'll wake up the whole family if you don't keep quiet + Will you wake me up at 7 o'clock tomorrow, please? + We were woken up by the sound of breaking glass. CHECK MEANING Remember to look back at the example sentences to help you work out the meaning from context. GRAMMAR In this section you must decide which of the sentences are grammatically correct. This will show you which grammar patterns are possible with the phrasal verb. Remember, all the possible grammar patterns are used in the STUDY section. In this section you can circle the answers or use a tick (/) or a cross (X). [STRELA Use the sentences in the Study box to help you do these exercises. MEANING What is the opposite of wake up? Choose one answer. a) get out of bed —b) lie down €) go to sleep. GRAMMAR Which of these are gramm: possible? a) She woke up. b) She woke her father up. c) She woke up her father: 4) She woke him up. up him. ally ee ea e sure you check your answers to the MEANING and GRAMMAR exercises before Ma ove on to the PRACTISE section. inthe PRACTISE section, there are one or two exercises that enable you to practise Mag what you have learned and that get you using the phrasal verb ina natural way. f using te dificulty, look back at the STUDY and the CHECK sections to help you. have ‘hin. you should check your answers carefully after you have completed the tasks Pie keeh 3 | Respond to the following in an appropriate way, using the verb wake up ‘or wake somebody up in each case: a) Did you sleep well last night? Noll auaecnat if bb) ls Dad still in bed? es Dont eae ee 2Are the following sentences grammatically correct? Correct any errors that you find. a) It's 8 o'clock. Shall wake Sarah up now? 'b) Why do you always wake up me when you come home? Can't you be quieter? «) She was waked up three times during the night by the noise outside. Now check your answers by looking at wake up; wake sb up on p. 101. The BUILD YOUR VOCABULARY section gives extra information about the phrasal verb if it is important or particularly useful, For WAKE UP you are given information on RELATED WORDS. This tells you if there is a noun or an adjective that is derived from the phrasal verb. CUTER R eee RELATED WORDS ‘egjective: wake-up (This is only used before a noun.) A telephone call that is intended to wake you up is a wake-up call Other information that you will find in this section on other pages includes: OTHER MEANINGS: his tells you if the phrasal verb can be used with a related meaning or another common meaning that will be useful for you. SYNONYMS: his shows you common phrasal verbs or single-word verbs that are used with the same meaning. SPPOsiTEs: his tells you if there is a phrasal verb that is used with the opposite meaning, sitar VERBS: '* tells you about other phrasal verbs that are similar in meaning or in use. REVIEW PAGES ‘ese pages in the middle of the book look at the meanings of some of the particles aninis MOO tale shenent.vertia and heln vou test vousdihiatiderdoe nf thitiitembievédias have: