Will you blow them up? When we broke the total cost down, we spent more on cleaning supplies than food. Her grandparents brought her up. It burned down before the fire fighters arrived.
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Make sure you also see this other list of 20 must-know First Certificate phrasal verbs. Carry out — To do a particular piece of work, like a project, investigation or building work: The police are going to carry out an investigation after the incident. Go out with someone — To have a romantic relationship with someone and spend a lot of time with them: Ben and Lisa were going out for at least 3 years. Split up with someone — To separate after being in a relationship with someone: In the end they decided to split up and live separate lives.
Set up something — To start something like a business or an organisation: Dave set up the language school with the aim of implementing his teaching methods. Work out — To calculate: We need to work out all the costs before we invest in this project. Take back something — To return something you have borrowed or something that you wish to change in a shop: Make sure you take that book back to the library before the end of the month.
Break down — When a machine or vehicle stops working: The car broke down in the middle of the motorway and we had to call a tow truck. Carry on — To continue doing something: The boss told me to carry on painting the wall even though it was past my break time.
Pick up someone — To collect someone from somewhere in a vehicle: The flight arrives pretty late but my brother is going to pick me up at the airport. Go away — To leave your home for a period of time, especially for a holiday: I love living in the city but I need to go away once a month.
Leave out someone or something — To not include someone or something: The report is good but you left out the information we spoke about in the meeting. Set off — To start a journey or start going somewhere: We set off really early the next morning to avoid the traffic. Stand out — When something or someone is easy to notice or see because they are different: His white suit made him stand out in the crowd.
Take off — When a plane leaves the ground and starts flying: I was asleep on the plane but woke up when the engines started and it took off. Look for something or someone — To search for something or someone: Excuse me. Do you know where it is? Put out something — To extinguish a fire or finish a cigarette: The fire brigade struggled to put out the fire due to the strong wind. Make sure you know these other 20 essential First Certificate phrasal verbs and First Certificate phrases.
Phrasal Verbs, lista para exámenes oficiales First y CAE
Another 21 essential First Certificate phrasal verbs