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Look through the article about a film. Have you ever seen this film? What is unusual about the main character? Наша группа
to live up to to be as good as something Kia Rio lives up to Hyundai Solaris. This film doesn’t live up to my expectations. to walk out on when you suddenly end your relationship with other person (you disappear) He walked out on his wife and kids last week. Do you know personally who walked out on somebody? Why do people do this?
to fit in with - they look pleasant together, they are suitable for each other - to be a part of the group This is a nice sofa, but it doesn’t fit in with the living room. to get on with - to have a harmonious friendly relationship with somebody - to start and to continue doing something He got on well with her and he asked to marry him. Stop talking and het on with your work.
to sign up for + noun I’m thinking of signing up for a yoga course. to sign up to do to join a group or organization He finished his cup of tea and got on with the gardening. to catch up with - when you move so fast so you can join somebody - when you do something bad, it will cause problems in the future Well, go ahead and catch up with him! Smoking will catch up with you.
to go through with to do something you had promised or planned to do, even though it causes problems or you are no longer sure you want to do it I had no choice but to go through with it. to run out of to use all of something and not have any more left They ran out of money and had to abandon the project. In the morning he realized that he ran out of gas.
to put up with to accept an unpleasant situation or person without complaining There are things that no woman should put up with.
to put to walk to get to live to sign to catch to run to fit to go up to through with out of up with in with on with up for up with out on Match the verbs with their prepositions.
ладить с к-л догнать к-л согласиться на ч-л мириться с ч-л доводить до конца ч-л истощать запасы ч-л сочетаться с ч-л или к-л бросить к-л соответствовать ч-л или к-л ожиданиям Translate.
to have good/bad relationships with to abandon or leave to complete sth to match or equal to use all of your supply of sth to agree to do sth to succeed in finding or reaching sb to look and act like part of a group to tolerate or be patient about sth Read the article again. Match the highlighted phrasal verbs in the text with their definitions.
He is new to the company. to fit in with Describe the pictures using the phrasal verbs.
to live up to sb’s expectations The film is really great. The film is really great. The film is really great.
to look up to look up to to search the information in a book or on a computer to admire or respect someone Look the word up in your dictionary. I’ve always looked up to Bill for his courage and determination.
to get away to get away with to succeed in leaving or escaping from somebody or a place to do something bad and not be punished for it Watch Frank – he’ll cheat if he thinks he can get away with it. I like to get away from London at the weekend.
to make up to make up for to do something that corrects a bad situation to invent something, often something that is not true When you’re the boss you can make up your own rules. The team will be anxious to make up for a disappointing start to the season.
to get up to get up to to get out of bed to be busy with something, especially something secrets or bad We didn’t get up until lunch time. Go upstairs and see what the kids are getting up to.
to go in to go in for to enter to do or have something as a hobby or interest I never really went in for sports. It's cold. You should go in.
to go back to go back on to break a promise, an agreement, etc. to return to a place I had to go back for my passport. Dan claimed that Helen had gone back on her word.
to look up to to go in for to get up to to put up with to get on with
ran out of put up with go in for go through with sign up for get up to live up to
to make up to walk out on to look up to to get on with to live up to to get away to look up to catch up with to go through with to get away with to get up to to fit in with to make up to put up with to make up for to sign up for to get up to run out of to go back on to go back to go in for Do you remember all these phrasal verbs? Let’s check!
catches up with get away with gets up go back fits in with make up walks out on gets on with