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Czasowniki frazowe z przykładami użycia z książki Longman Repetytorium Maturalne poziom podstawowy. Matura Wydawnictwo Pearson. Język angielski – test: Wstaw w lukę odpowiedni czasownik frazowy. Język angielski – test: Wstaw w lukę odpowiedni przyimek bądź partykułę tak, by uzyskać pasujący do kontekstu czasownik frazowy.

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Buy off – Pay someone to stop them causing trouble; They wanted to buy her off so that she doesn’t make any trouble.

Testy i Ćwiczenia – czasowniki frazowe

I’m out of money, yet still happy. Put through – Connect someone by phone Put towards – Make a financial contribution Put up – Allow someone to stay at your house for a night or a few czasowniiki. They blanked out the passage so that nobody could read it. The children just drank the last of the milk. What are you aiming at? Blow over – When a scandal gets forgotten; Our argument blow over rather fast.

He bashed out his essey and got a lousy mark. Students shouldn’t answer back when reprimanded. Type up – Type a finished version Use up – Finish or consume all of something Veg out – Relax, do nothing Venture forth Wade in – Start something or get involved, often without thinking or to forcefully – Attack Wade into – Become embroiled or involved in a situation, without thinking or planning usually Wade through – Get to the end of something with difficulty Wait about – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait around – Wait somewhere doing nothing Wait behind – Stay somewhere after other people have left Wait in – Stay at home because someone is going to visit Wait on – Serve people in a restaurant – Sell goods in a shop – Provide someeone with everything they need or want – Wait for a result before being able to make a decision Wait out – Wait till something has finished, usually something unpleasant Wait up – Not go to bed because you are waiting Wait up!


Some aspects of the story didn’t add up. After returning home, they pitched into food – they hadn’t had a decent meal for 2 weeks. Her allergies acted up again. Could you please back up your car? Clear up – Cure or recover from an infection – Tidy up Click through – Open an advertisement on the Internet Climb down – Accept that you are wrong and change your position Clog up – Block, slow movement right down Close down – Close a shop, branch or business permanently Frazowee over – Get very cloudy Clown about – Behave stupidly or waste time Clown around – Behave stupidly or waste time Cock up – Ruin or spoil something Colour Color up – Blush Come about – Happen, occur Come across – Find by accident – Agree to have sex with someone – The way other people see frazlwe Come apart – Break into pieces Come before – Appear in court charged frazowwe a crime or offence Come by – Visit – Acquire Come down – Czasowiki – Travel Come down on – Criticise heavily Come down with – Fall ill Come forth – Appear Come forth with – Provide information Come from – Country or town where you were born Come in – Czasowniik for flights – Place or ranking in a competition, etc.

When the plane took off it was too late to back off. They will answer for their deeds. The boss won’t put up with tardiness. Do you want me to put them back on the shelves?

Please, stop writing and put away your pens. They are well off. Who will help me pass them out? I bent down to tie my shoe. We frzzowe to adhere to our plan.


Everyone in the room needs one of these information sheets. Czasownikk are the kids up to this time? Icouldn’t account for what I was doing yesterday.

Reporters banged away at the president during the press conference. Could you bear with me for a moment? Could you pick some more up on your way home this evening? What time should I pick you up? The evidence adds up to a case of murder.

Flashcards – C1 Phrasal Verbs R – Czasowniki Frazowe na literę R

Log in – Enter a restricted area on a computer system Log into – Enter a restricted area of a computer system Log off – Exit a computer system Log on – Enter a computer system Log out – Exit a computer system Look after – Take care Look back – Think about the past Look down on – Have a low opinion of Look for – Try to find Look forward to – Wait for or anticipate something pleasant Look in – Make a quick visit Look in on – Visit briefly to see if everything’s all right Look into – Czasowniji, investigate Fraowe on – Watch something like a crime without helping Look on as – Consider, regard Look out – Be careful Look over – Inspect Look round – Inspect a house Look to – Expect, hope Look up – Consult a reference work czasowniko, phonebook, etc.

After a long discussion we finally manged to arrive at an agreement. Pole wymagane Niepoprawny adres e-mail.

She’s been buzzing around trying to find the book.