Si te estás preparando el examen TOEIC y has llegado a los los Phrasal Verbs, no te pongas nervioso. FYNE te enseña los Phrasal Verbs más comunes en examen TOEIC
|Go on||Continue||I wish class would finish, but my professor’s lecture just keeps going on and on and on!|
|Carry out||To perform a task; to perform an assignment||The next step involves staff learning complex commands to tell the machine to carry out a sequence of tasks.|
|Set up||To establish someone as something; to help establish; to provide something for someone to start up something.||After the dictator lost control of the country, a new government needed to be set up.|
|Pick up||To clean; to learn/obtain; to get busy; to go faster||The truck picked up momentum as it rolled down the mountain.I picked up the toys from the floor and returned them to the toy box.It took me 3 months to learn to play that song, but my brother picked it up in 2 days!|
|Go back||To return to one’s origin/previous location; to break a promise.||He was an artist and his only dream was to one day go back home and paint.|
|Come back||To (have) return(ed) to one’s origin/previous location; to retort; a return to success.|| The Yankees were losing by 5 points, but they had a great come back and beat the Indians.
I’ll wait until you come back and then we can do it together.
|Come up||To happen unexpectedly||I planned on visiting you last night, but something came up and I was unable to finish earlier.When snorkeling, I can only stay underwater for 1 minute and then I must come up for air|
|Go out||To try out for something (usually sports); to go out of fashion; to go out with someone for entertainment; to date someone.||When couples start dating, they usually go out on the town and have dinner, watch a movie or other such activities.
I hated that hair style. I am so glad that it has gone out of fashion!
|Point out||To select or indicate someone or something (from a group).||Most of these rules, I should point out, were created to protect you.|
|Find out||Discover; learn of; to discover facts about someone or something; to learn a fact.||She will find out tomorrow whether or not she was accepted as a student in that private school.
One of the best ways to learn is to find out how other people do things.
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