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Is Mike out or still in his office? Add in the tip too! Students shouldn’t answer back when reprimanded. He was beat up by a bunch of hooligans.
Icouldn’t account for what I was doing yesterday.
When the plane took off it was too late to back off. I bend over backwards for you and you don’t appricate it. The sun is beating down terribly today. What are you aiming at? Do you want to talk to her? Susan bailed out on me when I needed her.
He is out to get you. She is up to this task. Get by – Have just enough money to live on Get down – Make someone depressed Get down to – Start work Get in – Arrange for someone to do a job – Arrive train, plane, etc. These figures don’t add up right. The speech acted on the emotions of all the listeners. What makes your child act up? I’m out of money, yet still happy. The manager bawled him out for being impolite to the customer. The whole office was buzzing with rumours about their affair.
The radio is off. Czasownjki are the kids amgielski to this time? They will be in soon. I would like to ask our neighbours over tonight. The party guests acted out stories for one another.
Having spent a day in jail, Tom was bailed out by his parents. She’s been snowed under this paperwork for weeks.
Blow out – Extinguish candles, matches: You’d better watch out. The man was blown down by the wind. They are well off. He aseked after your mother, who is sick in hospital. This house will be blasted away the next day.
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She’s barged into the meeting as if she suddenly were on the Board od Directors. Get off with – Have casual sex with Get on – Continue doing something – Enter a bus, train, plane, etc. 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!
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 angielsii 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 anglelski all right Look into – Research, investigate Look on – Watch something like a crime without helping Look on as – Consider, regard Look out – Be careful Look over – Frzzowe Look round – Inspect a house Look to – Expect, hope Look up – Consult a reference work dictionary, phonebook, etc.
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She czasowinki out all our secrets. Wee’d better take a different route. We bedded down at They both were in on our plan. I bent over to tie my shoe. I could hear her banging around in her room. Reporters banged away at the president during the press conference.
Account for – To explain or justify: The police block off this section of the road. Bank into -To crush into. Susan is down with anglelski.
Buy off – Pay someone to stop them causing trouble; They wanted to buy her angielsski so that she doesn’t make any trouble. She was taken with my charming smile. Hurricane Katrina bore down on Louisiana on Sunday. Roll up – To appear in large numbers for an event Roll up!
Tommy blew out the candles when everyone czasownlki singing “Happy Birthday”. We backed up our system just in case. Tom asked Mary out. They are off for the whole summer.