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Supplementary (Phrasal Verbs)
Can you help me to finish this difficult worksheet,Please!!
Please change the form of the verb if needed.
(Back up)(call on)(come across)(go for)(look into)(break into)(pick on)
(run into)(take after)(turn down)
1)Both my sister and I _______________ our father.What about you?
2)I am doing my homework now. Please _______ the TV or use your headphone.
3)Our team is ________ the gold medal in the coming Athletic Meet.
4)You should be ashamed of teasing your little brother.Stop __________ him.
5)I will __________ you when i arrive at Canada.
6)A burglar __________ the Chan House while they were at the movies.
7)Someone said there would be a meeting at 9:30, but i have not heard anything about it yet. Shall I ____________ it?
8)Bob __________ his english teacher at the supermarket yesterday.
9)the boys __________ a deserted town on their way to their uncle ranch
10)You have to give some examples to ________________ your opinion.
- Edward YLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
1)Both my sister and I [take after] our father.What about you? (take after menas look or act like).
2)I am doing my homework now. Please [turn down] the TV or use your headphone. (turn down in this situation means to lower the volume; it could also mean reject in other situations).
3)Our team is [going for] the gold medal in the coming Athletic Meet. (going for means with the goal of getting).
4)You should be ashamed of teasing your little brother.Stop [picking on] him. (picking on means teasing or bullying).
5)I will [call on] you when i arrive at Canada. (call on means visit).
6)A burglar [broke into] the Chan House while they were at the movies.(broke into means entered by force illegally).
7)Someone said there would be a meeting at 9:30, but i have not heard anything about it yet. Shall I [look into] it? (look into means investigate).
8)Bob [ran into] his english teacher at the supermarket yesterday. (ran into means met or found by chance; came across can also be used here, but it is needed in question 9).
9)the boys [came across] a deserted town on their way to their uncle's ranch. (Came across means met or found by chance. Although ran into has the same meaning, we don't say [running into a town].
10)You have to give some examples to [back up] your opinion. (back up means support).
2009-11-20 16:06:38 補充：
typing mistake: line 1: [menas] should have been [means].Source(s): myself
- Anonymous1 decade ago
- 1 decade ago
1. will call on
2. turn down
3. going for
4. picking on
5. run into
6. broke into
7. look into
8. came across
9. take after
10. back up