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 Los phrasal verbs que entrarán en tu exámen CAE C1 advanced

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MensajeTema: Los phrasal verbs que entrarán en tu exámen CAE C1 advanced   Miér Mayo 17, 2017 12:11 am






Break off( Desprenderse) Look at that mountain, it’s breaking off!

Bump into(Chocar, encontrarse con)  If you happen to bump into Mark, tell him I won’t be able to pick him up later.

Call for(Requerir) Working as a police calls for a lot of courage.

Call on (Apelar, recurrir)  The team had to call on their best player to win the match even though he was injured.

Come about(Suceder) I’ve been waiting ages for this to come about.

Break down(Romper, estropear) This morning, I was in a rush because my car broke down and I was going to be late for school.

Call off (Cancelar) We’ll have no choice but to call off the meeting if you are unable to come.

Carry out( Llevar a cabo) Researchers are carrying out a new cancer investigation.

Come up with( Elaborar, inventarse) We didn’t have a ball to play with so I came up with the idea of using a tin.

Figure out( Resolver) I’m trying to figure out how to pass this level on the Xbox.





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He TOOK OFF his pullover and PUT ON a jacket.
I’m not GOING OUT tonight. I’d rather STAY IN.
The heating COMES ON at 6AM and GOES OFF at 9PM.
I’ll PICK you UP on my way to work and DROP you OFF at the stadium.
The tide COMES IN and then GOES OUT.
Prices always GO UP. They never COME DOWN.
It’s easy to TAKE this machine APART but difficult to PUT it back TOGETHER.
Before you PUT UP this notice, TAKE DOWN the old ones.
He suddenly PASSED OUT and when he CAME ROUND, he found that.
He TOOK DOWN the book from the shelf, and then PUT it BACK.
She PUT her bag DOWN by the door and said she would PICK it UP later.
You’ll have to work hard to KEEP UP WITH the class. Otherwise, you’ll FALL BEHIND.
The door’s handle COME OFF again. I can PUT it back ON.
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