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PICTIONARY OF COMMON PHRASAL VERBS - set 1
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SUPER ENGLISH VERBS! PART 1:GET - 1 PAGE GRAMMAR-GUIDE (top 10 uses of īgetī; īgetī as a phrasal verb with meanings and examples and collocations with īgetī)
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PICTIONARY OF COMMON PHRASAL VERBS - Set 2
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Phrasal Verbs & Key
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PICTIONARY OF COMMON PHRASAL VERBS - Set 3
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Phrasal Verbs
Look at the pictures and complete the statements that follow.
The firefighter is  the fire.
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The kid is .
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The airplane is .
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Someone is  a pen.
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Someone is  a pencil.
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The boy is about to  on a nail.
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The boy sat on a nail, which made him .
This phrasal verb is .
 
The bomb is about to .
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The man is  a balloon.
This phrasal verb is .
 
People usually  in the morning.
This phrasal verb is .
 
The girl is  the boy.
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The alarm clock is .
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The students must  their homework on time.
This phrasal verb is .
 
The teacher is  the test.
This phrasal verb is .
 
The man is  the key in his pocket.
This phrasal verb is .
 
The boy is  his books.
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The boy is  his books.
This phrasal verb is .
 
The children are  decorations for a party.
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The girls are  the decorations because the party is over.
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Please  the garbage in the trash can.
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Now read the definition of some phrasal verbs and find the corresponding phrasal verb in the wordsearch.

 

The process of becoming an adult             To vomit
To be destroyed by fire                       To resemble
To investigate                                   To faint
To die

 

       

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