Clog Up

Clog Up

Infinitive: Clog Up
Present Tense: Clog Up/ Clogs Up
-ing Form: Clogging Up
Past Tense: Clogged Up
Past Participle: Clogged Up
It is a separable phrasal verb that can
be used in one way
  1. 1

    When something in a drain or valve prevents the flow of water or other liquids.

    Hey, watch what you eat! You wouldn't want to clog your arteries up with cholesterol, would you?
    Mandy poured grease in the sink, and it clogged the drain up.

Clog Up
  1. I wonder who is responsible for ____ ___ the toilet?
  2. The snowblower is ____ ___. Please try to see if there's dust or something else ____ __ in there.
  3. The leaves must have caused our drain to ____ __. I don't see anything else blocking it.
  4. The baby's nose was ______ ____ with boogers, so she was crying because she couldn't breathe well.
  5. A ____ __ drain is usually caused by lots of stuff getting into the drain. It is best to do routine maintenance to keep drains from getting _____ ____.

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

  • I wonder who is responsible for clogging up the toilet?
    The snowblower is clogged up. Please try to see if there’s dust or something else clogging up in there.
    The leaves must have caused our drain to clog up. I don’t see anything else blocking it.
    The baby’s nose was clogged up with boogers, so she was crying because she couldn’t breathe well.
    A clogged up drain is usually caused by lots of stuff getting into the drain. It is best to do routine maintenance to keep drains from getting clogged up.

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