گرامر آیلتس: افعال دو قسمتی با Take و Get

یادگیری phrasal verbs در زبان انگلیسی

گرامر آیلتس: افعال دو قسمتی با Take و Get

گرامر آیلتس: افعال دو قسمتی با Take و Get

یکی از مشکلات رایج در بین زبان آموزان استفاده صحیح از افعال دو قسمتی می باشد. این افعال می توانند در قسمت اسپیکینگ و رایتینگ آیلتس حائز اهمیت باشند. در این قسمت نمونه ای از افعال دو قسمتی با Take و Get را برای شما آماده کرده ایم:

Phrasal Verbs with GET :

Get out: leave or move.

I quickly get out the accident because I don’t want to put me at risk.

Get over (something): stop thinking about something.

I can’t get over the result of the mock university entrance exam. It obsesses me all night.

Get away with (something):  To escape.

The thief gets away with easy money which he just has stolen from a foreigner. 

Get on with (something): continue with something.

Although my parent could handle the fee, I am going to get on with my study.

Get around:

  • to go places.

I prefer to get around by bicycle rather than cars because it helps me to lose my weight.

  • avoiding something

The summer is coming. Don’t try to get around it

Get around to (something): finally, do something.

I finally got around to applying for the university as I think it is necessary for my future career

Get along with:  be friendly with.

There are five members in my small family. The one who I get long with is my father.

Get across: make somebody understand something

I was an inexperienced new teacher and it was hard for me to get across the lessons to my students

Get by: have enough to survive.

Jack has enough money to get by until Monday.

Get down to: begin to do or give serious attention to

Lunch is finished, and he wanted to get down to tackling this problem


Phrasal Verbs with TAKE :

Take after (somebody): to resemble somebody else, usually a family member.

  • Many people said that I took after my father, which makes me feel proud.

Take apart: to disassemble something.

  • He took his watch apart to see because he thought he could fix its problem.

Take back: to admit wrongdoing

  • You’re wrong, let take back what you have said, it was totally unacceptable.

Take down: to dismantle

  • It’s time to take down this building for the public park.

Take (somebody) in: 

to give someone shelter

  • She took in her friends until they could found another place to live.

to be deceived or swindled

  • Jane was taken in by all his tricks.

Take (something) in: 

to observe something.

  • They took in every detail to make a careful report.

to make a piece of clothing narrower or smaller

  • The actor had lost weight so the gear had to be taken in more at the shoulder.

Take off: to leave the ground and fly

  • The plane finally could take off after it had a technical problem.
  • What does the plane take off?

(to become popular or successful)

  • That new song by famous singer has taken off in the online music charts.

(to leave a place quickly – colloquial)

  • It’s time to leave. I have to take off now as my friends are waiting for me at the hotel.

Take on: to hire/employ

  • The library took on more staff over the busy period.

Take out: to remove

  • The police took out his gun and shot the terrorist on the street.
  • He took the potato out of the sandwich because he doesn’t like it.

(to go on a date with someone)

  • What time is he taking you out? – We decided to have a dinner at 7.00 pm.

Take over: to take control of something.

  • Micheal took over as a new manager of the restaurant.

Take up: to begin a sport, hobby or a challenge.

  • He took up basketball at a young age and is now an expert.

(to fill space)

  • That fridge takes up a lot of space in the kitchen room.

مطالب مرتبط:

واژگان انگلیسی : یادگیری phrasal verb ها ، افعال come و get

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