2019年12月29日

Phrasal Verbs Practice [Lesson 11]

Ray: Hi! Do you want to eat out today?
Fiona: Sounds great! Where should we go?

Ray: How about a Chinese restaurant? But first we should wash up!
There are so many dirty dishes in the kitchen.

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Jack: What should we do while we wait for Mike to turn up?
Peter: Let's just hang around this area.

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Nancy: Are you using your pen right now? Can I borrow it?
Lucy: Go ahead.

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eat out : have a meal in restaurant
wash up : wash the dishes after a meal
turn up : arrive, happen, be found unexpectedly
hang around : wait, do nothing
go ahead : proceed with something
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[Example Passage]
Tina wanted to have a meal with her boyfriend Josh. First, Tina planned to cook something for him. However, she didn't want to wash up afterwards. So she dicided to eat out that day. Josh was working late. He told Tina to hang around until he finishes. Tina went ahead to an Italian restaurant. She arrived at 7 pm, but Josh only turned up at 8:30 pm!
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