They put the bill at over 1,000,000
so he had to put aside more money
or put in for a loan or grant.
Otherwise, he would have to put off the upgrade.
She let out a groan when she found out
what she was being let in for.
But now that they had let her in on the secret
she couldn’t let them down.
She had put in a lot of time
before putting forward her ideas.
She was really put out
when they put off giving her an answer.
He lived for surfing.
The waves lived up to his expectations.
He lived through some sticky moments,
but while he could, he would live it up.
Quiz su English phrasal verbs per italiani. Many questions (also) on English phrasal verbs for those who understand Italian. Perfect if you must brush up/out your English.
After a make over she looked like a hobbit.
Some over-sized boots made up for her small feet.
When nobody was looking she made off with the loot.
In the long grass nobody could make out anybody that short.
The football fan filled in for the barman,
after filling in a form and
being filled in on the job by the manager.
Afterwards he could fill up all he wanted.
She fell into bad company
and fell behind with her studies.
Then she fell out with her teachers
and completely fell apart.
He bashed about the keyboard so hard,
while bashing out a new story,
that he bashed it in.
He finished the story by hand.
His unbearable English was getting him down.
He could not get by with such terrible English.
He had to get around to doing the phrasal verb quiz,
if he wanted to get ahead.