Czasowniki frazowe z przykładami użycia z książki Longman Repetytorium Maturalne poziom podstawowy. Matura Wydawnictwo Pearson. Język angielski – test: Wstaw w lukę odpowiedni czasownik frazowy. Język angielski – test: Wstaw w lukę odpowiedni przyimek bądź partykułę tak, by uzyskać pasujący do kontekstu czasownik frazowy.
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Polish Book FISZKI Czasowniki FRAZOWE – Angielski Polska
I would like to ask our neighbours over tonight. They bailed us out of the trouble. Give of – Contribute without expecting anything in return Give off – Emit pollution or something else unpleasant Give onto – Open into a place, for a door or window Give out – Distribute – Stop working – Have no more of a supply Give over!
The sun is beating down terribly today. We backed up our system just in case. I’m fed czaasowniki with these phrasal frzzowe.
Nauka angielskiego Czasowniki frazowe P. Do you want me to czaoswniki them back on the shelves? Please, stop writing and put away your pens. They both were in on our plan. Pobierz w formacie PDF. Having spent a day in jail, Tom was bailed out by frazoqe parents. Account for – To explain or justify: Tom asked Mary out. We bogged down in a number of problems. I asked around if anyone knew where the train station was.
Test z angielskiego: Phrasal verbs – czasowniki frazowe cz. 2
They decided to bed down for the night. Get by – Have just enough money to live on Get down – Make someone depressed Get down to – Start work Get in – Arrange for someone to do a job – Arrive train, plane, etc. Ta funkcja wymaga zalogowania. Sen – Fakty i mity komentarze: You’d better put a sweater on. Nie ma sposobu zatrzymania lawiny. Susan bailed out on me when I needed her.
I bend over backwards for you and you don’t appricate it. Students shouldn’t answer back when reprimanded. I blanked this rfazowe off czaeowniki memory.
I bent down to tie my shoe. The boss won’t put up with tardiness.
Power shortages were the cause of the black out in the city. Who will help me pass them out? She failed the test and has been down for a week.
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The evidence adds up to a case of murder. I can’t put this work off any longer. She is up to this task. I’ll be happy to put you up. My car was banged up by a careless lady driver. He is angling for your heart.
He was in on this robbery. She acted on his advice.
C1 Phrasal Verbs R – Czasowniki Frazowe na literę R
They are off for the whole summer. I have to be at the concert czasoowniki meet the band – I can’t let such an opportunity pass me by. Barge in into -Enter a place and interrupt: He is out to get you. Psych out – Work out or anticipate someone’s intentions – Make someone less confident Psych up – Prepare someone mentally Pull ahead – Overtake, move in front Pull apart – Destroy an argument, theory, etc – Stop people or animals fighting – Make someone unhappy or upset Pull away – When a vehicle moves from a place Pull down – Demolish Pull in – When a train arrives at a station – Attract – Stop a car by the side off the road Pull off – Manage to do something difficult or tricky Pull on – Put clothes on Pull over – Stop by the side of the road Pull up – Slow and stop a car – Inform someone that they are wrong Push in – Get in a queue without waiting Put away – Put something back in the correct czasoniki – Put someone in prison Put back – Rearrange something for a later time Put by – Save czasownikii the future Put down – Kill an animal because it’s old, ill, etc.
Get over – Recover Get over with – Do something unpleasant rather than delaying it any more Get round around to – Finally manage to do something Get round or around – Persuade someone Get through – Contact – Consume – Finish Get through to – Make someone understand Get to – Annoy, irritate – Arrive Get together – Meet socially Get up – Get out of bed – Organise Get up to – Do something wrong or naughty Give away – Entrust your daughter to her husband through the marriage ceremony – Tell a secret Give back – Return something you’ve borrowed Give in – Stop doing something because it’s too hard or requires too much energy – Submit homework, etc.