A list of 50 phrasal verbs for you to learn for the Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) exam. 75 must-have phrasal verbs for FCE (CEFR level B2). Phrasal verb. AGREE WITH (sb) BE ABOUT TO (sth) BE BACK BE OUT OF (sth) BE OVER BE UP BLOW (sth) UP BLOW (sth) UP BREAK DOWN BREAK (sth).
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It will go well with your dark brown suit. If you come across them while your’re cleaning the room, please put them in a safe place. Will you blow them up?
This phrasal verb is very informal. Please try to drop ccertificate. So, although learning these will help you certoficate exam, you are going to have to learn other less frequently used phrasal verbs as well.
Kennedy’s barn last night. I’ve set a meeting up for 9: Everyone else gets along with her just fine! Be sure you wrap up when you leave the house. We have to get up at 6 tomorrow morning.
75 Must-Have Phrasal Verbs for the FCE
I should be able to check into the hotel by 6: One of the first things you should do when you arrive at an airport or at a hotel is to check out.
You always know the answer. She won’t stand for shoddy work. If you see that lisfa phrasal verb has many meanings when looking in a dictionary, only learn the first two meanings you see given in the dictionary for it the Macmillan Dictionary is particularly good for llista.
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I’ll drop them off as I go home from work. Match the phrasal verbs with a verb or phrase which has a similar meaning. You’d better phraaal it out. Soar High and Achieve Excellence. Will you help me pick them up? Johnson rejected your report. If your shirt goes with your trousers they look nice together.
To learn what type of phrasal verbs you will find used in the exam, what you can do to both find them and learn them, and in which parts of the exam they are used in, read our article Phrasal Verbs in the FCE exam. You should feel very happy if somebody tells you off.
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May I try it out? Why didn’t someone bring that topic up? This phrasal verb is often negative: Yesterday he let me try it on.
Do the same with group B. I bought you these flowers.
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A person who makes up a story has invented it. Firzt know that you have to hand it in at 8: You’ll hurt his feelings. When she was walking home last night, two men held her up and took her purse and jewellery. Do you know what they stand for?
Sooner or later, you’ll have to face up to the fact that you’re failing it.
phrssal The family is caring for him at home. When I made the list of those who attended the meeting, I left your name out! I see them together all the time.