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EL BLOG DE MARIA MAGDALENA
SENTENCES WITH PHRASAL VERBS 
Wednesday, 7 July, 2010, 08:31 AM
Publicado por mariamagdalena
STAY UP – QUEDARSE TARDE
We often stay up late at the weekend.
BE OVER – TERMINARSE
The match will be over at about 5.30.
GIVE UP – DEJAR DE
I need to give up smoking.
PUT AWAY – RECOGER
Please put away your clothes.
THROW AWAY – TIRAR (A LA BASURA)
Don´t throw away that letter!
TURN DOWN – BAJAR (EL VOLUMEN)
Turn down the music! It´s very loud.
TURN UP – SUBIR (EL VOLUMEN)
Turn up the TV! I can´t hear.
LOOK UP – BUSCAR
He looked up the words in a dictionary.
FILL IN – RELLENAR
Could you fill in this form?
FIND OUT – AVERIGUAR
I want to find out about hotels in Almería.
PICK UP – RECOGER
Please pick up that towel.
GET UP – LEVANTARSE
This morning, I got up at half past seven.
COME BACK – VOLVER
I feel good when I come back home.
GO BACK – IR DE NUEVO
I would like go back to Tenerife.
HURRY UP – DARSE PRISA
Hurry up ! We are late.
GO AWAY – IRSE
They go away to India
GO OUT – SALIR
We go out last Friday night.
COME IN – ENTRAR
The woman came in to the Market.
SIT DOWN – SENTARSE
The teacher said to the children: Sit down! and Be quiet!
STAND UP – LEVANTARSE
All the people stood up to go.
WAKE UP – DESPERTARSE
I woke up very early this morning.
TURN ON – ENCENDER (LUZ, TV)
I turned on the light.
TURN OFF – APAGAR (LUZ, TV)
We must turn off the unnecessary lights.
PUT ON (CLOTHES) – PONERSE (ROPA)
She put on her leather skirt.
TAKE OFF (CLOTHES) – QUITARSE (ROPA)
He took off his clothes.
TRY ON (CLOTHES) – PROBARSE (ROPA)
The model tries on a dress made by Agatha Ruiz de la Prada.
GIVE BACK (SOMETHING YOU´VE BORROWED) – DEVOLVER ALGO QUE TE HAN PRESTADO
I gove back to her all that she had lent me.
TAKE BACK (SOMETHING TO A SHOP) – DEVOLVER (ALGO EN UNA TIENDA)
She´ll take back the blouse because she doesn´t like the colour.
CALL BACK (LATER) – VOLVER A LLAMAR (MÁS TARDE)
Could you call back later?
PAY BACK (MONEY YOU´VE BORROWED) – DEVOLVER (EL DINERO QUE TIENES PRESTADO)
He paid back all the Money that he had borrowed.
WRITE DOWN (THE WORDS) – ANOTAR
She writes down her own notes.
LOOK AFTER (A CHILD) – CUIDAR (A UN NIÑO)
The last weekend I looked after my little nephew.
LOOK FOR (SOMETHING YOU´VE LOST) – BUSCAR (ALGO QUE HAS PERDIDO)
All the people are looking for happiness.
LOOK FORWARD TO (THE HOLIDAYS) – ESPERAR /DESEAR QUE LLEGUE ALGO
I look forward to Christmas.


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