Cool Off

Cool Off

Infinitive: Cool Off
Present Tense: Cool Off/ Cools Off
-ing Form: Cooling Off
Past Tense: Cooled Off
Past Participle: Cooled Off
It is a separable phrasal verb that can
be used in two ways
  1. 1

    To become calm again.

    Jeremy needs to cool off before he gets himself into some trouble.
    Give her some space to cool off.

  2. 2

    To become less hot.

    Sir, please let the coffee cool off a bit before drinking.
    I love the weather in San Diego because it's hot during the day, and then it cools off at night.

Cool Off
  1. The food just needs to ______ ____, and then we can eat.
  2. Blow on your food to ______ it _____ faster.
  3. I'm gonna take a shower to _____ myself ____!
  4. Let's take a dip in the ocean to ______ _____.
  5. Kerry knows to let Sandy ______ ____ for a while before talking to her after an argument.

Watch and listen for the phrasal verb Cool Off in the video clip from the movie True Lies

  1. What happened in the video?

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

  • The food just needs to cool off, and then we can eat.
    Blow your food to cool it off faster.
    I’m gonna take a shower to cool myself off!
    Let’s take a dip in the ocean to cool off.
    Kerry knows to let Sandy cool off for a while before talking to her after an argument.

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