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Phrasal verbs with “bring” (3)

Phrasal verbs bring 3   bring in (introduce a new law, rule, system, etc.): They want to bring in a bill to ban smoking in public areas. bring in (make money): My new part time job doesn’t bring in much, but I enjoy it. bring in (use the skills or …

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Phrasal verbs with “bring” (2)

Phrasal verbs bring 2  bring down (reduce the price or level of something): The government aim to bring down housing prices. The ice cubs will bring down her temperature. bring down (cause to fall or collapse): This weapon will bring down any jet fighter. b- down (defeat or cause to …

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Phrasal verbs with “bring” (1)

Phrasal verbs bring 1 : bring about (cause, make happen): The internet brought about great changes in people’s leisure activities. bring along (bring someone or something with you when you come to a place): You should bring along your marriage certificate. b- along (train or help someone improve): The coach …

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Phrasal verbs with Answer

Phrasal verbs Answer  , answer back (reply rudely to someone in authority): I wanted to answer back, but I stopped myself and said nothing. Don’t answer back your father. answer back (respond, defend yourself): It’s so harsh to criticize him and not giving him the chance to answer back. a- …

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Phrasal verbs with break (4)

Phrasal verbs break 41  2  3  4  break out (start suddenly): Fire broke out in the kitchen during the night. break out (escape from a place): Three men managed to break out of the jail. (force to get through a barrier): Protesters managed to break through the barriers. break through …

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