656 – Phrasal Verbs Using FOR

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  • We need to account for the budget shortfall in our quarterly report to the board of directors.
  • The company’s CEO asked the sales team to account for the decline in revenue last quarter. 
  • Greg’s grandfather fell for a phishing scam and ended up getting his personal information stolen.
  • Mr. Gilmore fell for a clever sales pitch and ended up buying a more expensive computer than he needed. 
  • When you’re driving on the highway, you need to look out for other cars changing lanes.
  • Do me a favor and look out for the FedEx driver. I’m expecting an important package. 
  • Our department is aiming for a 20% increase in productivity this quarter.
  • I’m aiming for a promotion by the end of the year, so I’ve been taking on more responsibilities at work.
  • Mark is trying to make up for forgetting his wife’s birthday by planning a surprise party for her.
  • The team made up for their poor performance in the first half of the game by scoring three goals in the second half.
  • The fans were rooting for their favorite team to win the championship game.
  • Rachel is always rooting for her kids to succeed and get ahead in school.The company’s mission statement stands for innovation, quality, and sustainability.
  • The color green stands for environmental awareness and sustainability.Karen stood up for her coworker who was being unfairly criticized by their supervisor.
  • Richie  stood up for his little brother when the mean neighbor tried to blame him for something that he didn’t do.

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