clear up - conditional form
: going to + present simple - Present Perfect Vocabularycalm down
- to become less excited, agitated or angry, i.e.- Our team lost the match. I'm so angry with them.- Calm down, it's only a game. It won't help to get angry. clear up
- to clean and tidy, i.e.
- Well, it was a lovely dinner party but now we have to clear up.
- Clear up your room, please, it's a real mess.
- to solve a problem; to cope with a difficult situation, i.e.
- When the hotel guests complained that the showers weren't working the manager took a long time to deal with it.
- It wasn't easy organising an art exhibition in one month but she dealt with it well.
- to become or do something eventually, (if + verb use ing
- They first met when they were fifteen and ended up getting married when they were
get on (with)
- He worked very hard and ended up becoming managing director in only five years.
- After a movie, dinner and a nice long walk we ended up at Sue's home for coffee.
- a) to have a good relationship with someone / something
b) to continue somethinga)
- She get's on (well) with her brother.
- He doesn't get on (well) with his boss. They argue a lot.
- How're you getting on with your maths course?
- I can't get on with the new computer system. The old one was better.
- Okay, we've had a break, now let's get on with the lesson.
- I'll get on with the decorating after lunch.
- to solve a problem / to organise something, i.e.
- Everyone wants to eat something different for dinner. Can you sort it out?
- Did you sort out the problems with the new car?
- I've sorted out our journey to Paris: taxi, flight, hotel, everything.