1. While Sam was driving, he ran of gas.
2. When you enter the building, please take
3. I'msorry. I let you yesterday.
4. If you don't know the meaning of a word, look it in the dictionary.
5. It's cold outside, please put your sweater.
6. Don't make excuses! I don't believe you!
7.To apply for the job, please fill the form.
8. The computer has broken and I can't read
9. Please, don't bring that topic at dinner.
10. It's hot, I'm going to take my jacket.Phrasal Verbs
The Phrasal Verb | The Meaning | An example
( Simple Past Tense) | S=Separable
do up | To fasten an item of clothing. | She did his jacket up for him before he leftthe house. | S |
dress up | To dress (oneself or another) in your best clothes.
To put on fancy dress (disguise oneself or another to be someone else) in children's games. | She enjoyeddressing up to go out.
The children enjoyed dressing up in their mother's clothes. | I |
hang out | To dry clothes outside after washing. | The weather was fine, so she hung out the washing. |S |
hang up | To put something on a hook or a hanger. | She was a very neat child. She hung her clothes up every night. | S |
have on | To wear an item of clothing on one's person. | She had ared t-shirt on when he saw her. | S |
kick off | To remove your shoes quickly. | He kicked his shoes off as soon as he got home. | S |
put on | To dress yourself or someone else with an item oritems of clothing. | He put his shoes on before he went out. | S |
slip on | To put on an item of clothing easily. | She slipped her sandals on before she went into the sea. | S |
take off | Toremove any item of clothing. | He took his shoes off before he went to bed. | S |
try on | To put on an item of clothing to find out whether it fits or is suitable. | She always tried shoes on before...