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Prepositional verbs indican una acci贸n mediante la combinaci贸n de una preposici贸n. El significado del verbo principal no cambia. Su estructura es inseparable.

Phrasal verbs indican una acci贸n mediante la combinaci贸n entre un verbo y una preposici贸n o un adverbio (up, down, off, on, away, for, etc.). El significado del verbo principal cambia en phrasal verbs.

Los phrasal verbs se clasifican en separables, es decir, puede estar un sustantivo entre el verbo, la preposici贸n o adverbio; e inseparables, se los utiliza siempre de la misma forma.

Ejemplos de phrasal - prespositional verbs

Stand up for: defender o soportar una idea propia o de otra persona.

  • Stand up for yourself!

Look up to: admirar o respetar a alguien m谩s.

  • I have always looked up to my mother.

Get on with: tener una buena relaci贸n con alguien m谩s.

  • Do you get on with your co-workers?

Look forward to: contento o emocionado por algo que pasar谩.

  • We look forward to meeting you next week.

Put up with: aceptar una situaci贸n o persona desagradable.

  • He鈥檚 so moody. I don鈥檛 know why she puts up with him.

Ejercicio de writing

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Phrasal - prepositional verbs

  • They鈥檙e made up of three parts: a verb, particle and preposition.
  • Used in informal contexts.
  • The meanig is difficult to guess from their individual parts.

Stand up for

To defend or support a particular idea or person.
Stand up for yourself.

Look up to

To admire or respect someone.
I have always looked up to my mother.

Get on with

Have a good relationship with someone
Do you get on with your co-workers?

Look forward to

Pleased or excited for something to happen
We look forward to meeting you next week.

Put up with

To accept an unpleasant situaion or person.
He鈥檚 so moody. I don鈥檛 know why she puts up with him.

鈥 stand up for your rights
From the song Get Up Stand Up by Bob Marley
https://youtu.be/BiPwCMlghhQ

let鈥檚 practice:

  • When you are in a discussion is important stand up for your rights also listen to others
  • I look up to people who like to learn.
  • Do you get on with your best friend?
  • I look forward to learn the next english module
Very good

Stand up for: defense your idea
Look up to: either admire someone or something
get on with: good relationship with someone
look forward to: you are eager for something, and you can鈥檛 wait to it.
Put up with: accept an unpleasant situation or person for you

  • I will come up against with all my classmates
  • Juan you need face up to the reallity and don鈥檛 get excited
  • Maria please, Listen out for any thing they say in the meeting

i need stand up for my ideas.
if i want to be with you, i want to look up to you.
I got on with with my ex coworkers.
i look forward to my happy birthday.
i don鈥檛 know how she puts up with her job.

i can鈥檛 put up with that guy, he bothers my litle brother, i have to stand up for him, and i look up to my sister that she get on with everyone, but I look forward to that guy to change to be a better person

  • Come up with = inventa
  • Come up against = Enfr茅ntate a
  • Get away with = salirse con la suya
  • Do away with = eliminar
  • Face up to = Enfrentarse a
  • Get on with = Ponte con
  • Listen out for = Preste atenci贸n a
  • Look down on = Desprecia
  • Look forward to = Esperamos con inter茅s
  • Look in on = Mirar en
  • Look up to = Admirar
  • Look out for = Cuidado con
  • Stand up for = Defender
  • Look up to = Admirar
  • Get on with = Llevarse bien
  • Look forward to = Esperamos
  • Put up with = Soportar
  • My brother will come up against my sister to discuss some familiar topics
  • We need to face up to addictions and get over them every day
  • You must look out for a man behind you on the street at night

My task

  • please, don鈥檛 stand up for the goverment.
  • All my carrer I have always looked up to Marcos R. who鈥檚 my tutor in my tesis.
  • Are you get on with you cousin ?
  • I am very look forward for begining the internchip.
  • Sometimes I am in places and people so unpleasent , but in those moments I must put up with them.

Thanks to read =D

I have been faced up to the problems in my town
he looks down on us because he approved the math exam
have you ever traveled to africa? Because we are going to look in on my sister there.

Practice:

  1. Let鈥檚 come up with a recipe!
  2. I鈥檓 not coming up against you.
  3. Do you know why the thief get away with it?
  4. I will listen out for the alarm.
  5. She looks in on her parents.

I decided to put up with my friend because she is a negative person.

I don鈥檛 come up against my co-workers so I focuse on my own tasks.

During the release meeting support I try to listen out for any news to start testing.

I look up to my youngest sister because she is taking care of her sons on her own.

We should get on with all the tasks as soon as possible.

Practice

  • You have to look up for your mother she is really strong.
  • I look up to my dog, he never leaves me alone.
  • I really get on with she.
  • I look forward to seeing what happens next with your project.
  • I have just put up with his actions.

I forget the script we have to come up with a new talk for the presentation

  • I will like to come up with a creative idea in crochet.
  • Colombia is coming up against USA in FIFA.
  • Manuela got away with my money witout paying
  • You have to stop play FIFA and get on with your english.
  • My mother look down on me when she is angry.
  • If I go to Europe I must visit my friend Carolina
  • If you don鈥檛 stand up for yourself just stay seated.
  • I come up with a new idea to make some money.
  • Adrian is come up against me in fifa 2023.
  • She always get away with everything.
  • I need to face up reality, and study lots of hours to improve my English skills.
  • You should get on with your life man.
  • Listen out for any rumors about that situation I told you the other night.
  • He look鈥檚 down on me because he is not a clever guy.
  • I鈥檓 looking forward to our next date.
  • I鈥檓 going to visit Venezuela next year, maybe I can look in on my friends and say what鈥檚 up.
  • I鈥檝e looked up to my father, he is a tough person.
  • You should look out for that guy, be careful.

Three-Part Phrasal Verbs 馃崊

  • They are made up of three parts: A verb - A particle - A preposition.
  • They are used on informal context, mostly.
  • The each individual part meaning is difficult to understand by eachself*.*

Some Examples 馃敟

Resources 馃敟

  • I鈥檓 happy with my girlfriend because she came up with the correct solution!
  • Checo P茅rez is coming up against Max Verstappen in the current F1 championship.
  • Donald Trump could get away with the Capitol incident.
  • The senators did away with Caesar on March 15, 44 BC.
  • The whole marketing team faced up to the CEO because of the layoffs.
  • This country needs good politicians to get on with the corruption problem.
  • Peter, could you listen out for our names in tomorrow鈥檚 meeting?
  • I don鈥檛 get along with my cousin. He looks down on everyone else and I don鈥檛 like that.
  • I鈥檓 looking forward to seeing my girlfriend again next weekend!
  • Hey, that鈥檚 Pablo鈥檚 restaurant, let鈥檚 look in on it and grab something to eat.
  • Melissa looked up to her father, but he disappointed her when he cheated on his wife.
  • I don鈥檛 trust banks, I always have to look out for my money.
on the PDF , the phrasal verb " get on with" means something different to you taught on the video

My practice

  • Next week, you need to come up with a new marketing strategy.
  • Ana will come out against Fabiola in the chess competition.
  • Their parents didn麓t notice the mess he made, so he got away with his mischief.
  • That paragraph doesn麓t make sense, so do away with it!
  • We need to face up to the root cause of the issue.
  • I stand out anyone鈥檚 initiative or interest to learn and grow up together in a healthy community
  • I look up to many of my coworkers and, I always try to learn from them
  • I鈥檓 looking forward to the next Platzi English course
  • I鈥檓 always trying to avoid putting up with any social awkwardness

i stand up for all humans rights.
always look up to my girlfriend鈥檚 feelings.
i get on with my family
my mom look forward to her holidays.
i put up with my neighbors party last night

  • On Monday, I will have a presentation, so I will stand up for my points of view.
  • My friend is getting on with my girlfriend.
  • It鈥檚 Monday, so I鈥檓 lookinf forward to receiving my exam results.
  • Sometimes, to grow and develop as a person, you need to stand up for yourself and take risks that push you out of your comfort zone.

  • I鈥檝e always looked up to people who work harder.

  • Do you get on whit her?

  • I look forward to seeing my result from the job interview.

  • My sister has a cat that constantly scratches her furniture, but she puts up with it because she loves him.

I worked in a huge technology enterprise. I was in charge of an important project and I shared great ideas which some of my colleagues didn鈥檛 agree with, however, I was stand up for myself and I got some advice from a coworker who I looked up to. I was looking forward to seeing the results of the project and proposals.

  • You need to stand up for your children.
  • He has always looks up to the professor Hawking.
  • She gets on with her brother.
  • I look forward to launch my new startup this semester.
  • He puts up with him because is his father.

I have always look up to my Mom.

OMG Phrasal verbs are so difficult for me 馃槮

  • I stand up for my son ideas.
  • We look up to our mother because she is brilliant.
  • I get on with my co-worker.
  • I look forward to my next vacations.
  • I put up with my mother-in-law all the time.

You don鈥檛 listen ou for this conversation.
You always look down on people in your class.
You always looked up to her father.

  • I stand up the ideas of my mother
  • Jose get on with Carla, my aunt
  • Our group is look forward to the next hackaton.
  • I don麓t know why joel puts up with Alberto.

I鈥檓 looking forward to the party

we need face up to country war

He looks down to dumb people

the guys were soft, so we do away with them.

I have to come up with the project if i want to pass the subjectI鈥檓 looking forward to the party

  1. I look up to my parents and I be grateful for be always by side.
  2. We will face up to big challenges in the next years.
  3. I麓m looking forward to seeing the next Marvel麓s movies.
  4. I need to get on with my homework.
  5. I麓m looking out for the black Friday deals.

You must look up for people in the neighborhood, there are some bad ones.
I麓ve always look up to my mother, She is very kind.
You have to face up to your teammates, or they will always beat you.

In English, we use 鈥渘eed to鈥 to say that something is important for someone to do. This form is often used for something that is important one time, rather than referring to a responsibility or duty. She needs to come to the meeting next week. I need to make sure this apartment is clean before the guests arrive. We use the negative form of 鈥渘eed to鈥 to express that something isn鈥檛 necessary, but possible. At times, we use 鈥渄on鈥檛 need to鈥 to express that we don鈥檛 expect someone to do something. You don鈥檛 need to come to the meeting next week. I don鈥檛 need to clean the apartment now since we鈥檙e all going to a restaurant. You probably know this by now. However, there is another structure you can use to express the same idea, but in a more formal way. Let鈥檚 have a look at some examples: Affirmative: It鈥檚 necessary to come to the meeting next week. Negative: It鈥檚 not necessary to come to the meeting next week. Interrogative: Is it necessary to come to the meeting next week? If you want to emphasize that someone is needed to do something, you can include 鈥渇or + object鈥 after 鈥渘ecessary鈥. Affirmative: It鈥檚 necessary for Sarah to come to the meeting next week. Negative: It鈥檚 not necessary for Sarah to come to the meeting next week. Interrogative: Is it necessary for Sarah to come to the meeting next week? Notice that the verb never changes its infinitive form. 鈥淭o come鈥. We should never say: 鈥渢o comes鈥. Why is it necessary for you to improve your English level? Let me know in the discussion panel. It鈥檚 necessary for me to improve my speaking skills because I鈥檓 looking for a better job.
1. I come up with the best idea in the meeting. 2. If we get away with this project, it'll be a miracle. 3. I've always looked up to my older sister.

In the past in Us the black people stad up for their rights
I have always looked up ti my wife
I need to get on with my neighbors
I look forward to know LA in my next vacations
My brother in law have a bad temper, I don麓t know Why she puts up with him

鈥 They need come up with the specific materials, if they want complet the project.
鈥 She should to face up directly, if she want to be clear with her feeling.
Listen out for the instructions, if you wanto complete the exam rightly.
鈥 We should look out for any clue for complete this riddle.
鈥 Stop talking each other and get on with your ouw exam.

Thanks!

I come up with myself
He stole the car and he got away with the crime .
We need to face up to our problems.
I need to get on with this course.
Listen out for his voice, He talks loudly when he lies.

We stand up our humans rights
I look up to my father for his strength
they get on with their boss
We look forward to see you tomorrow
No one have to put up with bad treatment

馃槉

  1. We stand up our humans rights
  2. I look up to my father for his strength
  3. they get on with their boss
  4. We look forward to see you tomorrow
  5. No one have to put up with bad treatment

My older brother thinks look down on
Stop watching cell phone and get on with your work
We need to face up to reality and deal post covid-19.
MEXICO will come up against Qatar in FIFA cup 2022
You must look out for trends on stock exchanges

Stop playing soccer and get on with your final project

I ran out of time
We will stand up for the cause
Hey kid you must look up to your teacher
Do you get on with his girlfriend?
I鈥檓 looking forward to go know her!
The kids are so annoying I don鈥檛 know how to put up with them

I assist a congrest the last week, and I had to stood up for my ideas.
I look up to the people who stand up for tha animals.
I get on with my girlfriend
we look forward to share a family moment the next week
I don麓t like him but i have to put up with him.

okay

Ok

I PUT UP WITH ANY KIND OF PEOPLE. I DON鈥橳 REALLY CARE ABOUT THEIR MOODS.

i AM LOOKING FORWARD TO LEARNING ENGLISH.

I ALWAYS GET ON WITH MY NEIGHBORS.
MY DAD GETS ON WITH ALL OF THE MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY.

I ALWAYS LOOKED UP TO MY MOM BECAUSE SHE WAS SO SMART.
YOU MUST STAND UP FOR YOURSELF ALL OF THE TIME.
MY DAD ALWAYS LOOKED AT TO ME BECAUSE I AM GOOD AT ENGLISH.

good

Phrasal - prepositional verbs
They鈥檙e made up of three parts: a verb, particle and preposition.
Used in informal contexts.
The meanig is difficult to guess from their individual parts.
Stand up for
To defend or support a particular idea or person.
Stand up for yourself.

Look up to
To admire or respect someone.
I have always looked up to my mother.

Get on with
Have a good relationship with someone
Do you get on with your co-workers?

Look forward to
Pleased or excited for something to happen
We look forward to meeting you next week.

Put up with
To accept an unpleasant situaion or person.
He鈥檚 so moody. I don鈥檛 know why she puts up with him.

okay

Thanks

Let鈥檚 practice:

  1. Our team will come up against last year鈥檚 champion next Saturday.

  2. We have to face up to the problem and solve it.

  3. Stop talking and get on with the evaluation.

  4. They didn鈥檛 know what to say and she got away with it.

  5. Please, listen out for what I鈥檓 telling you.

SUMMARY:
Phrasal prepositional verbs characteristics:

  • Three different parts: a verb + a particle + a preposition. For example: 鈥渞an out of鈥, 鈥渕ade up of鈥.
  • Use in informal contexts.
  • Group meaning is different from individual words.

For example:

  1. Stand up for: means to defend or support a particular idea or person (stand up for yourself)

  2. Look up to: which means to admire or respect someone (I have always looked up to my mother).

  3. Get on with: this is the same as get along. It means to have a good relationship with someone (Do you get on with your co-worker?)

  4. Look forward to: It means to be pleased or excited for something to happen (we look forward to meeting you next week).

  5. Put up with: It means to accept or to continue to accept an unpleasant situation or a person (He鈥檚 so moody. I don鈥檛 know why she puts up with him).

In Valorant, the KDA team will face ZN in the finals of this year鈥檚 tournament.
Stop watching that stream and get on with your work!
You must look out for bison in this place.

When you are in a discussion is important stand up for your rights also listen to others
I look up to people who like to learn.
Do you get on with your best friend?
I look forward to learn the next english module

Real Madrid came up against the best teams in the Champions League and finished victorious.
He looks down on me just because he got a better calification in the math exam.
You must always face up to your problems, never in life should you let them intimidate you.
He knew a lot of things, so the Government did away with him.
I鈥檝e always looked up to his job. I hope to be like him in the future.
They鈥檝e never gotten on with each other.
After that night, I ran out of money and I don鈥檛 know what do now

  1. Real Madrid came up against the best teams in the Champions League and finished victorious.
  2. He looks down on me just because he got a better calification in the math exam.
  3. You must always face up to your problems, never in life should you let them intimidate you.
  4. He knew a lot of things, so the Government did away with him.
  5. I鈥檝e always looked up to his job. I hope to be like him in the future.
  6. They鈥檝e never gotten on with each other.
  7. After that night, I ran out of money and I don鈥檛 know what do now

let鈥檚 practice:

When you are in a discussion is important stand up for your rights also listen to others
I look up to people who like to learn.
Do you get on with your best friend?
I look forward to learn the next english module

Everybody has to come up with that hard situation, otherwise it鈥檚 going to be more difficult.

Dad is looking forward to seeing to me.
My brother is going to come up against his best friend in soccer this coming weekend.
My older brother has always respect to my dad.

Phrasal - prepositional verbs
They鈥檙e made up of three parts: a verb, particle and preposition.
Used in informal contexts.
The meanig is difficult to guess from their individual parts.
Stand up for
To defend or support a particular idea or person.
Stand up for yourself.

Look up to
To admire or respect someone.
I have always looked up to my mother.

Get on with
Have a good relationship with someone
Do you get on with your co-workers?

Look forward to
Pleased or excited for something to happen
We look forward to meeting you next week.

Put up with
To accept an unpleasant situaion or person.
He鈥檚 so moody. I don鈥檛 know why she puts up with him.

Excellent

Let鈥檚 practice

  • I get on with my teammate Claudia and we are friends.
  • They look forward to my birthday party soon.
  • She is looking up to and understanding the effort her mom made to give the best to them.
  • We put up with the selfish behavior he has had with the team.
  • Each of us has to stand up for good values.

Phrasal - prepositional verbs
They鈥檙e made up of three parts: a verb, particle and preposition.
Used in informal contexts.
The meanig is difficult to guess from their individual parts.
Stand up for
To defend or support a particular idea or person.
Stand up for yourself.

Look up to
To admire or respect someone.
I have always looked up to my mother.

Get on with
Have a good relationship with someone
Do you get on with your co-workers?

Look forward to
Pleased or excited for something to happen
We look forward to meeting you next week.

Put up with
To accept an unpleasant situaion or person.
He鈥檚 so moody. I don鈥檛 know why she puts up with him.

We鈥檙e not dressing up, are we?
Question tags
More common in speaking than writing
Used when we expect the listener to agree with us

We use falling intonation when we are almost sure
We use rising intonation when we are less sure
How to create question tags
If the statement is positve, use a negative question tag.
You like pizza, don鈥檛 you
If the statement is negative, use a positive question tag.
You don鈥檛 like broccoli, do you?
If there is an auxiliary verb in the sentence, we use it to create the question tag.
You don鈥檛 like meat, do you?

  • I don鈥檛 like when someone looks down on others.
  • I look up to Carl Sagan because I think he鈥檚 a amazing physicist.
  • She needs do away with bad thing in her life.

I need to get on with my learning path, because I need to speak english ASAP.

I look forward to finish this course and practice my english鈥 I need a new job

  • The robbers that stole my parents鈥 office were not get away with the things that they stole
  • I have face up to my destine
  • I have to come up with a revolutionary system audio idea
  • I get on with my university classmates
  • I鈥檓 look out of for an answer of this interview I had last week
  • Wee need to face up to our fears, fear is the mind killer!
  • I鈥檝e never seen How To Get Away With Murder

she will need to come up with a excuse to arrive late.

  • Are you looking forward to your holiday?

  • Here鈥檚 a key, so you can let yourself in.

  • A man was knocked down by a car and taken to hospital.

  • If you don鈥檛 know the meaning of a word, you can look it up in a dictionary.

  • The 2 brothers look very similar many people mixed them up.

  • When we arrived at the cinema the film was about to begin.

  • If I don鈥檛 get back to you later, call me tomorrow.

Let鈥檚 practice!

  • You have to face up to the situation, you know that your relationship is crumbling because of you.
  • I don鈥檛 normally do this but鈥 I wanna look in on my family.
  • You don鈥檛 have to put up with him, he鈥檚 overzealous.
  • In Breaking Bad, bad people had to do away with Hank. 馃槳
  • Anyway, it鈥檚 just a spoilt guy, he only look down on everyone.
  • I look forward to finishing this course and doing the exam.
  • We have to face up to our actuality, English is a must to break barriers.
  • Stop wasting time and get on with learning english.
  • You only need to come up against yourself.
  • I don鈥檛 get why people look down on others.
  • I am going to look in on my grandma.
  • You need to look out for your backpack on the train.

We have to continue listen to casual English where it is used to grasp it really well

  1. I don鈥檛 know how Leonardo Da Vinci comed up with so many things.
  2. I鈥檓 always come up against my friend.
  3. I鈥檓 look forward to finish this course.
  • I look forward to travel to Europe next month.
  • Please, don鈥檛 give up. You should keep working out to be ready for the competition next week.
  • I don鈥檛 get along with my boss.
  • You need to clean up your bedroom if you want to go out with your friends.
  • I need to find out the answer to this question.
  1. I鈥檒l look out for the night.
  2. Next week i鈥檒l look in on my aunt at her home.
  3. My dog doesn鈥檛 get on with your dog.

He looks forward to have his new car the next month.
They stand up for the truth and honesty.
She is coming up with a new plan to learn eassily English.

  • I have to face up to him, he steal my money.
  • I think Liverpool come up againts Bayern Munich for the Champios League.
  • He looks down on gym rats because he lifts more than everyone.

I will always stand up for my rights.
He looked up to me until I let him down.
You should get on with your sister!
I鈥檓 looking forward to finish the data science school.
Why do we put up with them?

  1. Thomas Edison came up with electrical bulb.
  2. Maradona never came up against Pele.
  3. My brother stole my candies and he could get away with his action.
  4. Hitler鈥檚 subordinates did away with millions of people in the WWII.
  5. That is so difficult to face up to anybody.
  6. If I were a child again, I would get on with brushing my teeth.
  7. If we want to live in calm, we need to listen out for small things around us.
  8. Only bad people look down on other ethnicities.
  9. I wouldn鈥檛 be able to look forward to travel to Paris if I were him.
  10. I always look in on my uncle鈥檚 house when I arrive to Manta city.
  11. I love Friedrich Nietzsche鈥檚 Philosophy, that is why I look up to philosophers.
  12. If you are on the beach and you want to go into the water, look out for big waves, they are so dangerous.