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Dr.Mohammad Paknezhadِ - English phrasal verbs

Dr.Mohammad Paknezhadِ

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سه شنبه 16 شهریور 1389

English phrasal verbs

نویسنده: موسسه زبان و پیش دبستانی پرهام   

There are many English phrasal verbs that use 'in'. Here is a selection of some of the more common. 

break in (1) = interrupt: "He broke in to their conversation to add that he couldn't work overtime." 

break in / into (2) = burgle / steal: "Thieves broke into the warehouse and stole 100 computers." 

bring in (1) = introduce: "She has brought in some changes to the company." 

bring in (2) = receive income: "He brings in a lot of money as a computer programmer." 

cave in = accept someone's idea or decision: "The unions finally caved in and accepted the new contracts." 

chip in = contribute: "We're all chipping in for Maria's birthday present." 

fill in (1) = complete: "You need to fill in this form." 

fill in (2) = act as a substitute: "As Robert is on holiday, you'll have to fill in for him this week." 

fill in (3) = bring someone up to date: "Can you fill me in on the new project?" 

fit in = be accepted by a group: "He doesn't really fit in at work. He's very different from us." 

give in = finally accept something: "She gave in to her children's demands for sweets." 

hand in = give something to someone: "They handed in their assignment early." 

kick in = start to have an effect: "The painkillers have finally kicked in. I feel much better." 

lead in = start with something: "In our presentation, we are going to lead in with our vision for the future." 

move in = occupy a house: "Some new neighbours have moved in next door." 

take in (1) = understand: "I still can't take in the news." 

take in (2) = deceive someone: "He really took me in with his hard-luck story." 

take in (3) = provide refuge: "She took the old couple in." 

work in = incorporate: "Is there any way of working in this paragraph? The text is a little unclear otherwise

There are many phrasal verbs in English that use the word "off". Here are some of the more common. 

Break off= end: "Talks have broken off between the union and management." 

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mostafa dehghan
چهارشنبه 7 مهر 1389 06:07 ب.ظ
you have a very good weblog but u have to change its skin
plz use a skin that it's about english
thx
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