Pull in? Pull out? Pull down? Pull off? Pull is one of those interesting verbs that is used in a variety of phrasal verbs. Let’s study together.
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- During the heavy rain, the bus splashed water as it was pulling into the bus stop.
- When the train pulls into the station you have to step back from the edge of the platform.
- The express train pulled out of the station is exactly on time.
- The robbers pulled in half $1 million in jewelry when they broke into Tiffany’s.
- At the carnival, they pull in a lot of money from tourists.
- Tommy pulls in $2000 a month selling things on an online auction.
- Because he wasn’t vaccinated the tennis pro had to pull out of the tournament.
- The contract negotiation wasn’t going well and the union organizer decided to pull out.
- She pulled all of her money out of the bank before leaving her crazy husband.
- I’m glad that this city finally pulled down that old dangerous bridge.
- The atmosphere in Las Vegas changed when they pull down some of those old hotels.
- Johnson pulled down a couple of trees in his yard after the storm.
- I can’t believe that Jimmy pulled off winning that race. He hardly trained for it.
- It wasn’t easy to convince the boss to give me a day off next week but somehow I was able to pull it off.
- Kim was able to get rid of all of her debt in two years. She pulled it off by moving back to her parent’s home and saving all of her salary from two jobs.
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