Phrasal Verbs (Continued)


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Title
Phrasal Verbs - Planning a Party
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Lower Intermediate
Time
40 minutes
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Description
This worksheet looks the following phrasal verbs:

* look forward to
* make it (to an event)
* bring (someone) along
* show up (to something)
* kick off
* act like

There's a conversation and four follow-up activities, including discussion at the end.

It's great for pre-intermediate students, but you can adjust it for other levels.

 


 

Title
Phrasal Verbs: Memories
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs
Level
Pre-Intermediate +
Time
30 minutes
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Description
This worksheet is a great way of building knowledge of some of the most common phrasal verbs.

It deals with: 'come across', 'put off', 'put on' and 'take up'.

There is a conversation, practice exercises, and a discussion section, which allows students to personalise the language.

 


 

Title
Business Phrasal Verbs (1)
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs (Business)
Level
Intermediate
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Phrasal verb worksheet for business English. However, it's not too technical for general English lessons. There's lots of practice of important phrasal verbs used in business.

Expressions studied include:

go under (bankruptcy)
wind up a company
take over a rival company
take on new staff
get by (manage)
put off doing something
step down as CEO

This worksheet is for upper-intermediate and above, although you can adjust it for lower levels by pre-teaching more vocabulary.

 


 

Title
Business Phrasal Verbs (2)
Target Structure
Phrasal Verbs (Business)
Level
Upper-Int / Advanced
Time
30 minutes
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Description
Some great business English here for more advanced students. Vocabulary taught includes 'go over', 'sort out', 'fall through' and 'count on'.

It's a great way of building additional vocabulary.


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