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She passed by …she passed me by? The phrasal verb pass by is separable, but when it is separated, the meaning changes. Let’s study together.
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- Every morning, I pass by a bakery on my way to the office.
- We passed by several corn farms when we drove through Ohio.
- I pass by Jenny’s desk every morning on the way to my office.
- It was my turn to speak at the meeting, but the boss passed me by.
- I had my hand raised, but the taxi driver passed me by.
- Jenny said that she feels that life is passing her by.
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