A cold shower in the winter, slow internet , stickers on apples, no toothpaste left, your neighbour’s alarm going off at 5 a.m … 🙈 ¿Verdad que hay cosas peores que un examen de phrasal verbs?
Pues venga, ahora que ya te hemos preparado psicológicamente, estás listo/a para empezar el test. Can you get them all correct? Let’s see!
Brilliant! You survived!
Aquí debajo te dejamos la lista de phrasal verbs que hemos visto en el vídeo.
👉 To look up to someone: admirar, respetar.
“I really looked up to Stephen Hawking, the man who taught us about the universe from his wheelchair.”
👉 To put up with: aguantar, tolerar.
“I need to start looking for another job. I can’t put up with my boss anymore.”
👉 To cut down on: bajar, reducir el consumo.
“You should cut down on sugar if you want to lose some weight.”
👉 To run out of: acabarse.
“I’d offer you a sandwich if I hadn’t run out of bread.”
👉 To take after: parecerse (caracter, personalidad y/o físicamente).
“Anna really takes after her mother, both have the same short temper.”
👉 To come accross: toparse con algo.
“I came accross a new library in town yesterday and I got myself a new book.”
👉 To make up: inventarse.
“How can you make up such great stories? You should write a book!”
👉 To show off: presumir.
“I really can’t stand people showing off about their children’s grades.”
👉 To live up to: cumplir las expectativas, estar a la altura.
“The chocolate cake didn’t live up to my expectations.”
👉 To wear (something / someone) out: desgastar, agotar .
“I’ve been working for 12 hours, I’m completely worn out.”
“If you use those shoes every day they’ll wear out quickly.”
And one for luck!
👉 To pass away: fallecer.
“Why are you crying darling?”
“My grandma passed away last night.”
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