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Phrasal verbs with “take” (1)

Phrasal verbs take 1  take aback (surprise, shock): I was taken aback by her hostile reaction. take after (behave like, look like): Your daughter doesn’t take after you in any way. take along (take or carry with you): On long journeys my father sometimes take me along. You can taken …

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Phrasal verbs with work (2)

Phrasal verbs work 2  He will work on the boss to give us a day off. I need to work on my pronunciation. Let’s me work out the cost of the vacation. I work out at the local gym twice a week. Things also didn’t work out the way we …

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Phrasal verbs with Work (1)

Phrasal verbs work 1   His lack of experience can work against getting a job. I need to work at my handwriting. I have been working away in the garden all day. (add or include): I want to work in some interesting points in the article. I should work more …

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Phrasal verbs with “pull” 4 of 4

Phrasal verbs pull 4  She’s very ill, but we hope she’ll pull through. It’s very difficult, but we’ll pull through it together. We don’t have much time, but if we all pull together we’ll finish it on time. We should pull together all the available data and start our research. The …

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Phrasal Verbs with “Pull” 3 of 4

Phrasal verbs pull 3  As soon as I got home, I pulled off my shirt. I’m sure she will pull off the competition. Let’s pull off at the next rest area and get some food.  she pulled on her sweater and went out. The ship pulls out at 8:00 AM. …

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