¿Has oído hablar de los famosos Phrasal Verbs? “Los phrasal verbs son estructuras verbales compuestas por dos partículas: verbo + adjetivo, adverbio o preposición que sirven para definir acciones o estados específicos.” British Council.
Son tantos y tan parecidos, que es normal confundirlos o no acordarse de algunos, ¡pero no te preocupes! Aquí tienes la lista completa de phrasal verbs para B1 que debes manejar. Todo es ponerse y practicar.
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Para que los puedas estudiar fácilmente y los entiendas a la perfección, ponemos a tu disposición el listado de los 57 phrasal verbs imprescindibles para el B1 de inglés.
Aquí tienes el listado de Phrasal Verbs de B1 que debes saber para tu exámen
|PHRASAL VERB||MEANING AND EXAMPLES|
|Break down||Stop working|
Ex: My car broke down yesterday.
|Break up||End a relationship|
Finish for the end of the course
Ex: I broke up with my boyfriend last week.
|Break into||Enter by force|
Ex: The thieves broke into my neighbour’s house
|Check in||Register for a hotel room|
Ex: You have to check in after 12.00pm.
|Check out||Depart the hotel|
Ex: We needed to check out before 10.00am.
|Fill in||To complete information such as your name and personal details|
Ex: Could you fill in the missing information please?
Ex: I didn’t find out the right answer
|Get rid of||Throw away|
Ex: I don’t like gettind rid of old clothes
|Give back||Return something to someone|
Ex: I’ll give you your book back soon
Ex: Never give up. Keep trying!
|Give something up||Stop doing something that you did regularly|
Ex: Candy got bored with her Job and decided to give it up.
|Go on||Continue doing something|
Ex: Please go on with your exercises
|Go out||Leave your house and go somewhere|
Ex: I love going out at weekends
|Grow up||To change from being a baby and become an adult|
Ex: I grew up in a small village
|Look after||To take care of somebody or something|
Ex: I love looking after my granddaughter
|Look for||To search for something or someone|
Ex: I’m looking for my glasses.
|Look forward to||To feel excited about something|
Ex: I’m looking forward to seeing my friends
|Look into||To try to discovert the facts about something|
Ex: The police is looking into the crime scene
|Look out||Use for warning someone to be careful|
Ex: Look out before crossing
|Look up||To admire someone|
Ex: I look up my grandfather, he is great
|Plug in||To connect a piece of equipment to an electricity supply.|
Ex: The printer will never work, if you don’t plug it in.
|Put away||To put something in the place where you usually keep it when you are not using it.|
Ex: Children shoud put their toys away when they are not using them.
|Put back||To put something in the place it was before it was moved|
Ex: Can you put the book back when you finish with it?
|Put off||To change the time or date of something so it happens later that it was planned.|
Ex: They had to put off their wedding because the bride’s mum had an accident.
|To put out||To make something stop burning.|
Ex: It took the fireghter 3 hours to put the fire out.
|To ring up||To phone someone.|
Ex: I will the hotel and book a room.
|To run out of||To use all of something and not have any left.|
Ex: I’m sorry I ran out of tea.
Would you like something else?
|Set off||To start the day, to leave|
Ex: We set off early to avoid traffic.
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|PHRASAL VERB||MEANING AND EXAMPLES|
|Set out||To start a journey|
Ex: We set out early to arrive at the airport on time.
|Set up||To start something such as a business, organizaton or institution.|
Ex: The group plans to set up an important factory.
|Take off||To remove a piece of clothing|
To leave the ground for a plane
Ex: Please take off your shoes. They are dirty!
|Take up||To start doing something such as a hobby,interest and job.|
Ex: He took up jogging a week ago.
|To try on||To put a piece of clothing in order to see how it looks and whether it fits.|
Ex: What a lovely dress? Why don’t you try it on?
|To turn down||To reduce the amount of sound, heat or light produced by an electric equipment by pressing a buttom or moving a switch.|
Ex: Can you turn down the radio please?
I’m trying to concentrate
|Turn on||To make an equipment start working by pressing a buttom or moving a switcher.|
Ex: Please, turn on the tv, I want to watch the film.
|Turn up||To increase the amount of sound produced by an equipment by pressing a buttom or moving a switch.|
Ex: Can you turn the radio up a bit? I can’t hear the news.
|Work out||To do physical exercise as a way of keeping fit.|
Ex: He works out at the local gym every day
|Bring up||To look after a child until he becomes an adult.|
Ex: She brought up 3 sons on her own.
|Carry out||To do a particular piece of work,research etc.|
Ex: They carried out many experiments to prove their theory.
|To carry on||To continue doing something.|
Ex: He moved to London to carry on his work.
|To get back||To return to a place after you have been somewhere else.|
Ex: They had been on holidays and I think they got back yesterday.
|To get off||To leave a bus, plane, train.|
Ex: I always get off at the same bus stop.
|To get on with||To have a good relation with someone.|
Ex: She didn’t ge ton with her parents and moved out.
|To hand in||To give something to a person in authority.|
Ex: All essays must be handed in by Monday.
|To hand out||To give something to different people in a group.|
Ex: The teachers handed out the exams
|To hang up||To stop using a telephone at the end of a conversation.|
Ex: I lost the connection and hanged up the phone.
|To pick up||To go to a place where someone is waiting and take them to the place they want to go.|
Ex: Can you pick me up after the party?
|Put on||To cover a part of your body with a piece of clothing or jewellery so that you are wearing it.|
Ex: Dorothy put on her coat and went out.
|Put Through||Connect someone to the person they want to speak on the telephone.|
Ex: Can you put me through to accounts department,please?
|Turn off||To stop a piece of equipment working by pressing a button or by moving a switch.|
Ex: You can turn off the tv, I’m not watching it.
|Be over||To finish|
Ex: The class is over children, you can go home.
|Stay up||Not to go to sleep|
Ex: You could stay up all night without getting tired.
|Get on||To get into a bus, train and plane|
Ex: I get on at the first bus stop
|Get on with||To have a good relationship|
Ex: I get on very well with my friends
|Get off||To get out of the bus, train and plane|
Ex: I always get off at the last bus stop
|Get into||To get on a private vehicle: taxi, car, ambulance…|
Ex: I got into the taxi quickly to arrive on time.
|To get out of||To get off a private vehicle; taxi, car, ambulance.|
Ex: When I got out the taxi, I had already forgotten my umbrella.
¡Ya has acabado! Esperamos que no haya sido tan duro como esperabas y recuerda que, este tiempo invertido en el aprendizaje de los phrasal verbs, te ayudará mucho a que apruebes tu próximo examen de B1.
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