Phrasal verbs for explaining problems

Fill (somebody) in on: to inform (or tell) somebody about something. Deal with: to resolve a problem. Screw up: to make a big mistake (informal). Mess up: to make a big mistake (basic form). Cover (something) up: to hide something. Build up: to create and develop a business relationship. Throw (something) away: to lose something … Leggi tutto Phrasal verbs for explaining problems

Phrasal verbs with take I

Remove something Take away: get rid A short vacation will help take your stress away Take down: remove; disassemble We took down the bulletin board and replaced it with a whiteboard. Take off: remove In Asia, you may be expected to take off your shoes before entering a house. Take out: remove Greg took out … Leggi tutto Phrasal verbs with take I