Free English Vocabulary Lesson: Phrasal Verbs

Michael Phrasal Verbs 2 Comments

Phrasal Verb: Get Rid Of
Meaning: To dispose of (like trash) to discard
– I need to get rid of some old books. I think I’ll donate them.
– The company got rid of its time clock system.

Phrasal Verb: TAKE UP
Meaning: To begin doing an activity (like a sport or hobby).
– I took up playing the guitar when I was 9 years old
– Jack said he wants to take up golf

Phrasal Verb: FIGURE OUT
Meaning: To understand something through analysis.
– I finally figured out this math problem.
– Can you figure out what that sign says?

Phrasal Verb: PICK UP
Meaning: To get or fetch something or someone from somewhere
– I picked up my suits from the cleaners.
– We need to pick Jack up at the airport tomorrow.

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