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Phrasal verbs with “pull” 2 of 4

Phrasal verbs pull 2  Pull down your jacket, it is cold today. It is easier to pull down than build.  She pulls down over $100.000 a year. The recession is pulling down house prices. The train pulled in at midnight. We should pull in at the next garage to check …

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Phrasal Verbs with “pull” 1 of 4

Phrasal verbs pull 1  She pressed the gas pedal and pulled ahead of the truck. Pull the meat apart with spoon and fork. The police also pulled me aside and asked if I knew who was really in charge. We waved as the bus pulled away. She pulled away from …

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Phrasal verbs ask  She asked about your wife’s health. I called to ask about the schedule. He was asking after a friend who used to work here. I asked around but nobody has seen your cat. I asked Jacob around for lunch. They also asked for that report two days ago. …

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Phrasal verbs do  You should do away with the old customs. Everyone in the meeting was trying to do me down. Climbing those high peaks nearly did for me. Those rough gravel roads has really done for my car. I made a mistake when I measured the room, I have …

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Phrasal verbs account  to form a particular part of something: Teenagers account for the vast majority of our customers. explain the cause of something: How do you account for the sudden disappearance of the files? to be the cause of something: HIV accounted for over 20,000 deaths within two years. …

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