Phrasal verbs list- Learn with phrasal verbs quiz- 2
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Steve was all spruced up (Click here!) for the party when his mother Susan was taken aback (Click here!). She was setting up (Click here!) the room and it came across $1000 from Steve’s drawer. His mother could not take this, and called up her husband to come right away (Click here!).
He didn’t know how to face all this, but since he made a mistake, he had to bear the consequences now. After a while, his father, John came and things got even more complex when his wife told about Steve stealing $1000 for party.The situation called for a strict action to be taken, for the fact it should never take place again.
Steve has his own list of excuses saying all his friends would break off with him if he doesn’t give them party tonight. Falling out for about an hour Steve ran away from his home.
John tried to stop him and called him up (Click here!) many a times, but he hanged up the call.
Not even an hour was over when police called them up (Click here!) and told that Steve met with an accident on the city lane.
His parents,all nervous wreck (Click here!), reached the hospital as soon as possible. “There is nothing to worry about, he is doing okay now”, said the doctors.
Steve was out of the danger but broke a leg and suffered minor injuries with which he would get over in 25 days.
He was discharged after 7 days and came along with his parents back to home. The situations indeed called for telling him off and teaching him a serious lesson for whatever he did, but his mother and father thought better to put it off till he gets over.
Steve got the vibe that he is done after he gets well and had nothing but to regret what he did.
Phrasal verbs list- Phrasal verbs quiz
come across – to find something unexpectedly
- I was cleaning my room when I came across your lost earrings under my desk.
- You won’t believe that I came across a giraffe near the lane while going to school today.
call for – it means required or demanded.
- There is a strong call for a strict action to be taken against those who invoke these riots.
- The dish which you are preparing for your husband calls for the best quality cheese, not just creme.
Break off – to discontinue a process or friendship.
- In case if you want to see the results, make sure you never break off the regularity.
- Things were not going the way I wanted, so we thought better to break off than fighting over and again.
Fall out – To quarrel with someone
- She used to fall out on every single issue, so they broke off their relationship.
- John always falls out with Emma, I don’t know when will they grow up.
hang it up – to disconnect a call intentionally.
- I am gonna hang up if he ever calls me up down the line.
- She hung up on me because I forgot her birthday this Saturday.
Get over – To recover
- The celebrity suffered some minor injuries; he should get over with in few days.
- You know getting over the pain of break up was not at all an easy thing to do for Adelia.
Come along – To accompany someone
- I am going to Brian’s house; get ready if you wanna come along.
- Are you not coming along with me for the farewell party?
Put something off- to procrastinate or delay something.
- Most of the people will not be able to make it to the party this weekend, so I am gonna put it off till next weekend.
- I got the vibe that he doesn’t wanna come along because he has been continuously trying to put it off from so many days.
Tell off – It means to speak angrily to someone because they have done something wrong.
- My teacher told me off for being unnecessarily absent from the class for a week.
- Robin will definitely be told off by his father today for coming this late at home.
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