Three Word Phrasal Verbs
Ugh! I know MORE phrasal verbs. But they are so important! I recently read that a native English speaker uses 30 phrasal verbs in 5 minutes of speaking. So like it or not, if you want to understand us, you’ve got to learn phrasal verbs.
This week we are looking at 3 word phrasal verbs. For example: feel up to, get over with, get along with, put up with, screw out of, talk down to, look forward to. You can see from the list that there is a verb + an adverb + a preposition. Watch the video to find out more about the 3 word phrasal verbs and the rules:
Complete the sentence with the correct phrasal verb in the correct tense from the list above. Write your answer in comments and we will respond.
1. I couldn’t ___ __ ___ her complaining anymore. I finally just blew up and yelled at her.
2. I’m really _____ ____ __ meeting my new Yoga teacher. I’ve heard great things about her.
3. I was so sick over Thanksgiving that I didn’t ___ __ __ eating any turkey.
4. I’m really stressed out about the interview. I can’t wait to ___ it ___ ____.
5. Do you ___ ____ ____ your in-laws?
6. Even if you think the rules are unfair you have to ____ ___ ____ them.