Phrasal verbs Revision:
Present Continuous for a planned future action - Present Continuous -
must - question formsVocabulary
- to clean and tidy, i.e.
- I must clear up the house before my parents get back.
- to visit someone, usually at home, i.e.
- Come over and have coffee later.
- when a machine stops working because something is wrong with it,
(not usually used for small gadjets) i.e.
- The lift has broken down, we'll have to use the stairs.
- Her car broke down yesterday.
- Can I borrow your electric fire, my central heating's broken down?
get down to
- to start a task, i.e.
- When are you going to mend the window?- Don't worry, I'll get down to it soon.
- Let's get down to study.
- Please, get down to writing thank you cards to everyone who gave you a birthday present.
run out of
- to not have any left; use up, i.e.
- Can you go to the supermarket, we've run out of milk and bread?
- arrive, i.e.
- I had to walk, the bus didn't turn up this morning.
- Caroline always turns up late for class.