Chop Up

Chop Up

Infinitive: Chop Up
Present Tense: Chop Up/ Chops Up
-ing Form: Chopping Up
Past Tense: Chopped Up
Past Participle: Chopped Up
It is a separable phrasal verb that can
be used in two ways
  1. 1

    To cut something into pieces with a knife. [Part adj.] {Chopped Up} Refers to something that has been cut into pieces.

    Did you chop up the wood for the fireplace yet?
    The recipe says to chop up the chicken, not dice it.
    Where's the chopped up wood?

  2. 2

    To have a conversation.

    Nina and Sara were chopping it up on the phone, when the operator interrupted their line with a message that Nina only had two minutes of talk time remaining.
    Let's go somewhere to chop it up after school today.

Chop Up
  1. How am I supposed to _____ this meat ____ with this dull knife blade?!
  2. The lumberjacks are ______ ___ the tree into smaller pieces to transport it easier.
  3. It's kind of hard to _____ ___ wood with a _______ ___ ax.
  4. I love _______ it ____ with my dad about deep topics.
  5. We totally ______ it ____ with Janet Jackson at the awards show last night!

Watch how Gordon Ramsey expertly Chops Up an onion in this video clip

  1. What are some tips given so you won't cry when you chop up an onion?

Change the sentences above into questions, then change them into negatives.

  • How am I supposed to chop this meat up with this dull knife blade?!
    The lumberjacks are chopping up the tree into smaller pieces to transport it easier.
    It’s kind of hard to chop up wood with a chopping up ax.
    I love chopping it up with my dad about deep topics.
    We totally chopped it up with Janet Jackson at the awards show last night!

  • Viacheslav Levashov

    How am I supposed to chop this meat up with this dull knife blade?!
    The lumberjacks are chopping up the tree into smaller pieces to transport it easier.
    It’s kind of hard to chop up wood with a chopped up ax.
    I love chopping it up with my dad about deep topics.
    We totally chopped it up with Janet Jackson at the awards show last night!

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