Phrasal verbs

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Phrasal verbs sind idiomatische Ausdrücke, die Verben mit Präpositionen zu einer neuen, festen Kombination verbinden, deren Bedeutung oft nicht dem eigentlichen Verb entspricht.

Sie werden im Englischen sowohl im Schriftlichen als auch gesprochenen Englisch verwendet.


Merke:
Verb + Präsposition bilden eine feste, neue Bedeutung, die als Vokabel gelernt werden muss.

KEYWORD transformation

Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first, using the KEYWORD given.

Do not change the KEYWORD given. Use no more than four words.

a. We must find another engineer.        LOOK

       Let’s look for () another engineer.


b. If you sign “service +” your nano will be

   <a href="#" class="tooltip">serviced1. Find a synonym for "to service"
2. Put "to look after" into the right form - active or passive!
</a> every 10.000km for free!         LOOK
   Your nano will be looked after () every 10.000km for free!


c. A nano manages to run nearly 400km with its 15 litre tank.         GETS

	   A nano  gets by () with about 15 litres for nearly 400km.


d. Everyone liked her.         GOT

	   She  got on well with () all of her colleagues.

Phrasal verbs - get

1. Complete the phrasal verbs

get by get over it
to manage recover, become healthy again
get well soon
Everyone likes her.Her leg is ok. She can get up again.
She gets on well with others.
Alex cheats everytime but
he seems to get away with it!
If I can get through to you,
you will understand me!

Throw all that old stuff away!
You must get rid of it !

2. KEYWORD transformation
    Complete the sentences with Phrasal Verbs

Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first, using the KEYWORD given.
Do not change the KEYWORD given. Use no more than four words.

a. After she had broken her leg, she recovered quickly.        GET
   She got over() breaking her leg quite quickly.
b.When she could walk again she threw her crutches away.         GET
   She was able to get rid of () her crutches when she could walk again.
c. A nano manages to run nearly 400km with its 15 litre tank.         GETS
   A nano gets by () with about 15 litres for nearly 400km.
d. Everyone liked her.         GOT
   She got on well with () all of her colleagues.

Phrasal verbs - look

Complete the phrasal verbs.

look for = search

to babysit = to look after

look forward to
Tomorrow is my birthday!

Be careful! = Look out !

I don't know this word. Look up new words in the dictionary!

The police are looking into the murder. They are investigating the crime.

If they look down on someone they think they are better than him.

Fill in the correct prepositions to form phrasal verbs with "look":

1. "Where are my keys?"
    "Where did you look for () them?"
    "Everywhere but I can't find them."
    "You must look after() more carefully!"

2. Kim is looking forward to () to her holiday.
    Her dad will look after () her cat next week.

3. "Look out()! The floor is still wet!"
    "Why can't these people work properly without flooding the whole floor?"
    "Don't look down on () these poor people."

4. No, I didn't look at() my English book in the test.
    But I looked up () some useful words in the dictionary.
    I'm looking forward to getting (look, ???, get) the results.

Phrasal verbs - take

Complete the phrasal verbs.

I won't remember this.
Let me take that down!take off
to rise in the air

       

He doesn't get me -
He doesn't take in what I say!
He took off his coat
because it was too warm.
He takes after his father.
He looks and behaves like him.
I want to take up evening classes.
When do you start?

Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first, using the KEYWORD given. Do not change the KEYWORD given. Use no more than four words.
a. We must find another engineer.        LOOK

       Let’s look for () another engineer.


b. If you sign “service +” your nano will be

   <a href="#" class="tooltip">serviced1. Find a synonym for "to service"
2. Put "to look after" into the right form - active or passive!
</a> every 10.000km for free!         LOOK
   Your nano will be looked after () every 10.000km for free!


c. A nano manages to run nearly 400km with its 15 litre tank.         GETS

	   A nano  gets by () with about 15 litres for nearly 400km.


d. Everyone liked her.         GOT

	   She  got on well with () all of her colleagues.


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