Put Up With – English Phrasal Verb Lesson

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Do you have any noisy neighbors or lazy coworkers? Is it difficult to tolerate their behavior? Are you bothered by something in your city and find it hard to endure that situation? If yes, then you can’t put up with those people or those situations. Put up with is a three-word phrasal verb that we normally use in a negative sentence.

  1. Jack is so lazy. I can’t put up with him!
  2. How can you put up with your noisy neighbors? I would complain if I were you.
  3. I can’t put up with the garbage and pollution in this city anymore. I’m leaving!

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