Did you know that you can check off, check on, and check out something? You can check with someone or even check in with someone. Today’s English lesson is all about Phrasal Verbs with check. Let’s study together.
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- The doctor checked my pulse and my blood pressure during my annual physical exam.
- At your arrival at the airport, customs officers will check your bags and immigration officers check your passport.
- At the restaurant, we all checked our coats at the coat check. They gave us a claim check which we used to claim our coats after the meal.
- Please check in at the front desk on the third floor when you arrive at the hotel.
- There was a long line to check in at the airport over the holidays.
- We checked into the resort and immediately got changed and went into the pool.
- We need to check into the conference by 9:00, in order to hear the keynote speaker.
- I need to check in with my supervisor to see what tasks need to be done.
- When new hires join your team, you should regularly check in with them to see how things are going.
- You’d better check with the boss before posting that image on the website.
- I need to check with the accounting manager to see if the budget has been approved.
- I usually check up on my elderly neighbor once a week.
- Little Bobby caught the flu and has been sleeping all morning. I’ll go check up on him.
- Before you interview for a job, it’s a good idea to check up on the company to see how they are doing.
- Never make an investment unless you check up on the details.
- I had a productive afternoon and finally got to check off a few things on my to-do list.
- When you check people in at the conference, check off their names on this attendance list.
- I need to check out the new software before I can recommend it to the team.
- Can you check this email out and let me know if there are any typing errors?
- Hey, check out those dark clouds. It looks like it’s going to rain.
- Check this out. Jack got a new job at Google!
- I need to check over the schedule before emailing it.
- I’ll have Tina check over the budget to ensure that all the numbers are correct.
Before buying a used car, have a mechanic check it over.
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