Phrasal Expressions – Lesson 1 (English)

Phrasal Expressions : Lesson 1
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To get in / to get on: to enter or board a vehicle/car. To get in is used for cars; to get on is used for all other forms of transportation.
To get out of/ to get off: to leave or to descend from a vehicle. To get out of is used for cars; to get off is used for all other forms of transportation.
To put on: to place on oneself (usually said of clothes).
To take off: to remove (usually said of clothes).
To turn on: to start or cause to function (also: to switch on).
To turn off: to cause to stop functioning (also: to switch off, to shut off)
  Turn on and turn off, as well as their related forms, are used for things that flow, such as electricity, water, gas, etc.
Right away: very soon; immediately (also: at once).
To pick up: to lift with one’s fingers or hands; to retrieve or collect; to learn.
Sooner or later: eventually, after a period of time.
To get up: to arise, to rise freom a bed, to make someone arise. For the last definition a noun phrase must seperate the verb and particle.
To come up with: to find, to discover.
At first: in the beginning, originally.
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