Present Tense: Beat Up/ Beats Up
-ing Form: Beating Up
Past Tense: Beat Up
Past Participle: Beaten Up
When someone punches, kicks, or hits someone repeatedly using fists or with an object.
I got robbed last night, but at least they didn't beat me up.
In some places, you can get beat up for going into the wrong neighborhood.
Used as an adjective, beat up describes an object which is in bad condition due to overuse.
The car looks so beat up, I doubt it will start.
The tires look so beatup and worn out, I'm afraid it's gonna blow any moment.
A man that ______ ___ a woman is not a real man, but a coward.
Bullies tend to ______ ___ the small kids at school.
Instead of _______ each other ___, why can't you guys just talk about it first?
________ him ____ won't solve the problem.
Listen for the phrasal verb Beat Up in the video clip from the movie The Town
Write a sentence describing the scene using the phrasal verb.