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Phrasal verbs for technology

7/17
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Phrasal verbs

  • Lay off = Fire staff
  • Run out of = No more of
  • Back up = A duplicate off something
  • Come up = to happen, to arise.
  • Keep up with = To be up to date.
  • Go under = to go bankrupt, close the business.
  1. The boss needs to lay off ten employees.
  2. If he doesn’t do something, the business will, go under.
  3. Before COVID-19 came up, the business was doing well.
  4. The company needs to keep up with people’s changing tastes.
  5. We have run out of ideas to change the boss’s mind.

Lay off: To terminate or dismiss someone from their job
Run out of: Have no more
Back up: Make a security copy information
Come up: situations that could become or happen
Keep up with: Follow or maintain the same pace or lvl
Go Under: To be overwhelmed or defeated

  1. lay off
  2. go under
  3. came up
  4. keep up with
  5. run out off
  • Lay off

  • run out of

  • Back up

  • come up

  • keep up with

  • Go under

a. b. a. a. b.

Apple never runs out of new products.

When problems come up, we deal with them right away.

I forgot to back up the files, and now we have lost everything.

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The boss needs to lay off ten employees.
If he doesn’t do something, the business will, go under.
Before COVID-19 came up, the business was doing well.
The company needs to keep up with people’s changing tastes.
We have run out of ideas to change the boss’s mind.

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  1. The boss needs to lay off________________ ten employees.
  2. If he doesn’t do something, the business will, go under_______________.
  3. Before COVID-19 come up__________, the business was doing well.
  4. The company needs to keep up with____________ people’s changing tastes.
  5. We have run out off________________ ideas to change the boss’s mind.

Phrasal verbs from English to Spanish:

  • Lay off = despedir
  • Run out off = acabar, agotar
  • Back up = respaldar, duplicar
  • Come up = suceder
  • Keep up with = Mantenerse actualizado, estar al d√≠a
  • Go under = Quebrar
  1. Apple never runs out of new products.
  2. When problems come up we deal with them right away.
  3. I forgot to back up the files and now we have lost everything!
  4. It is hard to keep up with social media trends.
  5. If a business doesn’t keep up with the trends, it may go under.

lay off: to fire staff.
run out of: to have no more of
back up: copy information.
come up: to occur, to happen, to arise.
go under: to go bankrupt pr to close your business.
keep up with: follow or to stay up to date with.

  • The boss needs to lay off ten employees.

  • If he doesn‚Äôt do something, the business will go under.

  • Before COVID-19 came up, the business was doing well.

  • The company needs to keep up with people‚Äôs changing tastes.

  • We have run out of ideas to change the boss‚Äôs mind.

  1. The boss needs to lay off ten employees.
  2. If he doesn’t do something, the business will go under.
  3. Before COVID-19 came up, the business was doing well.
  4. The company needs to keep up with people’s changing tastes.
  5. We have run out of ideas to change the boss’s mind.
thanks friend
  • We work has to lay off some employees during the last years.
  • We are running out of money too soon.
  • My mom has to make a backup of her computer every weekend.
  • When the disaster came up we only try to escape.
  • In the electrical industry, you have to keep up with the latest technologies.
  • During the pandemic, a lot of companies were under.

During last week, a college had many problems coming up, this was a disaster, somehow our boss appeared, he was supposed to be out of the office, but suddenly he decided to come and laid off Him. That was terrible, he couldn’t explain why the financial office was running out of budget. He was about to blow a fuse but he looked at me and made me keep up with this problem to avoid going under

I think some employees will be lay off by the end of the month.
I will back up all my english files.
I am keep up with the administration news on my company.

  • The boss needs to lay off the employees.
  • If he doesn‚Äôt do something, the business will go under.
  • Before COVID-19 came up , the business was doing well.
  • The company needs to keep up with people‚Äôs changing tastes.
  • We have run out off ideas to change the boss‚Äôs mind.
  1. The boss needs to lay off the employees.
  2. If he doesn’t do something, the business will, go under.
  3. Before COVID-19 came up, the business was doing well.
  4. The company needs to keep up with people’s changing tastes.
  5. We have run out of ideas to change the boss’s mind.
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My extra exercise:

Answer the interactive exercises:

  • Apple never runs out of new products.

  • When problems come up, we deal with them right away.

  • I forgot to back up the files, and now we have lost everything.

  • It is hard to keep up with social media friends.

  • If a business doesn‚Äôt keep up with the trends, it may go under.

I love technology, so I think these phrasal verbs can be really useful for me. Thanks Sarah!

A. Last week one of the biggest companies of the country has to lay off almost half of its staff.
B. If I keep ignoring the fuel gauge I’m going to run out of fuel.
C. I must to back up almost every day if I want not to loose any information if a catastrophe occurs.
D. Always when we fight, a lot of past resentfulls come up.
E. It costs me a lot to keep up with the advance of tecnology.
F. If we can’t sell the renewals of our current customers’ suscriptions we will going under for sure.

  • Company had to lay off tons of talend since the crisis
  • We are running out of time, get ready!
  • Ask someone to be your back up before you go for vacations
  • This project come up some challenges
  • Platzi Live allows you to keep up with tech trends
  • Nothing could be done to keep the bank from going under
  • Apple never runs out of new products
  • When problems come up we deal with them right away
  • I forgot to back up the files and now we have lost everything
  • It is hard to keep up with social media trends
  • If a business doesn‚Äôt keep up with the trends, it may go under
  1. The boss needs to lay off ten employees.
  2. If he doesn’t do something, the business will, go under.
  3. Before COVID-19 come up the business was doing well.
  4. The company needs to keep up with people’s changing tastes.
  5. We have run out of ideas to change the boss’s mind.
  1. The boss needs to lay off ten employees.
  2. If he doesn’t do something, the business will go under.
  3. Before COVID-19 came up, the business was doing well.
  4. The company needs to keep up with people’s changing tastes.
  5. We have run out of ideas to change the boss’s mind.