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We bedded down at She’s been buzzing around trying to find the book. Prawda o roku They are off for the whole summer. He backed down as soon as he relized he was wrong. He bailed out of the plane when it was about to crush. Oferta dla stron WWW.
The TV is acting up again. The whole office was buzzing with rumours about their affair. He is out to get you. What are the kids up to this time?
Test z angielskiego: Phrasal verbs – czasowniki frazowe cz. 2
The racket blasted off and ajgielski on its way to the Moon. Wee’d better take a different route. Bank into -To crush into. The time is up! When the plane took off it was too late to back off. Add in the tip too!
Show around – Take someone to a place to show them certain parts Show in – Take someone into an office or other room Show off – Behave in a way so as to attract attention – Display something you are proud of – Make the qualities of another thing more apparent Show out – Take someone to out of a room or building Show over – Take someone around a site Show round – Take someone to a place to show them certain parts Show through – When a feeling can be seen despite attempts to conceal it Show up – Attend something or arrive somewhere – Become clear or apparent – Make someone feel embarrassed or ashamed Shut away – Imprison or remove someone’s freedom Shut down – Close a business, shop, etc.
Strona bierna – passive voice, krok po kroku komentarze: This information may bear on the case. Some aspects of the story didn’t add up.
Students shouldn’t answer back when reprimanded. Tom asked Mary out.
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Barge in into -Enter a place and interrupt: Account for – To explain or justify: You can’t back out now. The man was blown down by the wind.
Get over – Recover Get over with – Do something unpleasant rather than delaying it any more Get round around to – Finally manage to do something Get round or around cazsowniki Persuade someone Get through – Contact – Consume – Finish Get through to – Make someone understand Get to – Annoy, irritate – Arrive Get together – Meet socially Get up – Get out of bed – Organise Get up to – Do something wrong or naughty Give away – Entrust your daughter to her husband through the marriage ceremony – Tell a secret Give back – Return something you’ve czaspwniki Give in – Stop doing something because it’s too hard or requires angiepski much energy – Submit homework, etc.
Could you please back up your car? Mark off – Tick, cross out or otherwise mark something to show that it has been dealt with Mark out – Draw lines to enclose an area Mark out for – Show promise for the future Mark out from – Stand out because of certain qualities Mark up – Increase the price of something Marry in fraazowe Marry someone of the same ethnicity, religion, etc Marry out – Marry someone of a different ethnicity, religion, etc Mash up – Crush something czasownikii it becomes a paste – Mix sources of audio, video or other computer sources.
The refugee ached for his homeland.
We have to adhere to our plan. They both were in on our plan. Type up – Type a finished version Use up – Finish or consume all of something Veg out – Relax, do nothing Venture forth Wade in – Start something or get involved, often without thinking or to forcefully – Attack Wade into – Become embroiled or involved in a situation, without thinking or planning usually Wade through – Get to the end of something with difficulty Wait about – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait around – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait behind – Stay somewhere after other people have left Wait in – Stay at home because someone is going to visit Wait on – Serve people in a restaurant – Sell goods in a shop – Provide someeone with everything they need or want – Wait for a result before being able to make a decision Wait out – Wait till something has finished, usually something unpleasant Wait up – Not go to bed because you are waiting Wait up!
Could you bear with me for a moment? Do you want to talk to her?
They block czasosniki our way to the garage. Having spent a day in jail, Tom was bailed out by his parents. Susan bailed out on me when I needed her.