Phrasal Verb Lesson – Put Up With & Run Away

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Put Up With

Put up with means to tolerate or to endure. Remember, put is an irregular verb and the three parts are put, put, and put.

  • How can you put up with the noise in this city?
  • I can’t put up with my boss complaining anymore. I quit!

Phrasal Verb: Run Away

Run away means to escape. You can say run away, run away from a place, or run away from someone

  • The bank robber tried to run away from the police.
  • Jane ran away from her boyfriend at the party, after she saw him kissing another woman.
  • My dog always tries to run away.