Count Up

Count Up

Infinitive: Count Up
Present Tense: Count Up/ Counts up
-ing Form: Counting Up
Past Tense: Counted Up
Past Participle: Counted Up
It is a separable phrasal verb that can
be used in one way
  1. 1

    To count all of something or people in a group.

    America waited nervously for the votes to be counted up and the new president to be announced.
    Can you count up how many vacant seats are left in the room?

Count Up
  1. It's impossible to _______ ____ all the stars in the sky. You'll be counting forever!
  2. _______ ____ all your change to see if you have enough money to buy some ice cream.
  3. Have you _______ _____ the total number of guests?
  4. Can you please ______ ____ all the pieces to the puzzle?
  5. Who ______ ____ the votes? They need to ______ them ____ again because it isn't accurate.

Watch how The Count Dracula Counts Up in the video clip from the tv show Sesame Street

  1. What were the things that the Count Dracula counted up in the video clip?

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

  • It’s impossible to count up all the stars in the sky. You’ll be counting forever!
    Count up all your change to see if you have enough money to buy some ice cream.
    Have you counted up the total number of guests?
    Can you please count up all the pieces to the puzzle?
    Who counted up the votes? They need to count them up again because it isn’t accurate.

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