lesson 64

English Course Online 64

Today’s Focus:

  • Vocabulary related to
  • Grammar point: Phrasal verbs two-part verbs no object

1/ Vocabulary Practice

  • Phrasal verbs
  • two-part verbs no object
  • Taxis
  • turn up
  • to arrive
  • I am sorry that I
  • to build up
  • increases
  • this time of day.
  • to make worse
  • by the fact that
  • broken down.
  • to stop working
  • on the main road.
  • Did you see that
  • Madman
  • showing off
  • behave to attract attention
  • to come up with
  • to think of
  •  any ideas
  •  a present
  • to get around to
  • finally do something
  •  aftershave
  • makeup
  • to put up with
  • accept something
  • I am looking forward to
  • think with pleasure about the future
  • in front of the TV
  • to catch up.
  • find out the latest
  • sport.
  • to get along with
  • have a good relationship
  • one exception.
  • the Premier League
  • by any chance
  • to go down with
  • football fever
  • to support
  • Real Madrid.
  • either  one or the other

 

2/ Grammar Practice

3/ Sentence Practice

Phrasal verbs two-part verbs no object

Taxis always turn up (arrive) late. I am sorry that I am late but the traffic builds up (increaseshere at this time of day.

Today was made worse by the fact that a car had broken down (stopped working) on the main road.

Did you see that madman on the motorcycle, he should stop showing off. ( behave to attract attention).

Have you come up with (thought of) any ideas for a present for your family.

I wondered when you were going to get around (finally do something) to that.

I will buy duty-free perfumes, aftershave and makeup on the plane.

Do you think your mother will put up with (accept something) just that?

I am looking forward to ( think with pleasure about the future)  being in front of the TV tonight.

I will be able to catch up ( find out the latest) with all the news and sport.

We get along with ( have a good relationship) each other with one exception.

Are you talking about the Premier League by any chance?

If you are asking me if I have gone down with football fever?

Which team do you support?

Real Madrid.

It was either going to be that one or the other Spanish one.

4/ Practice Quiz

Complete the quizzes below.

  1. Today’s comprehension interactive video: 
  2. Today’s sentences drag and drop: 
  3. Today’s grammar fill in the right words: 

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