Phrasal verbs 3
- It's going to be hard to pay the rent now that you've lost your job, but somehow we'll get ________.
- You'd better get started on your report. You know that you have to hand it _______at 8:30 tomorrow morning!
- Why don't you have a course description and list of assignments? The teacher handed them ________ on the first day of class.
- 200 workers at the factory have been laid _____
- She left _________ an ‘m’ in ‘accommodation’.
- When they looked back _________ their many years together, they realized that their marriage had been a very happy one.
- Jack and his girlfriend were very angry with each other, but last night they finally made ________.
- The speech was so boring that several people in the audience nodded ________ before it was finished.
- I was very sorry to hear that your grandfather passed __________.
- When the policeman indicated that I should pull _______, I knew he was going to give me a ticket.
1. by. Get by: to manage to live (survive) or do a particular thing using the money, knowledge, equipment, etc. that you have.
2. in. Hand sth. in: submit homework, an assignment.
3. out. Hand sth out: distribute.
4. off. Lay sb off: to stop employing somebody because there is not enough work for them to do. Make sb redundant.
5. out. Leave sb/sth out: to not include or mention somebody/something.
6. on. Look back on: to think about something in your past. Reflect on.
7. up. Make up (with): to end a disagreement with somebody and become friends again. In Br English also: make it up: Has he made it up with her yet? Have they made it up yet?
8. off. Nod off: to fall asleep for a short time while you are sitting in a chair.
9. away. Pass away: die. People say ‘pass away’ to avoid saying ‘die’.
10. over. Pull over: to move to the side of the road in order to stop or let something pass.