>> Phrasal Verbs: Up and Down
Phrasal Verbs: Up and Down
Choose either up or down to complete these sentences.
I didn't hear what you said. Speak
I don't trust him at all. Make sure everything is put
in writing before signing.
When you go to London for the meeting, please remember to bring
the whole issue of pay cuts.
The speed limit is only 50 mph along this road - slow
Don't get so excited or you won't perform at your best. Calm
I can't believe you didn't back me
in my argument with Mr. Daniels! I thought you were on my side.
The bridge wasn't destroyed in the storm. The army blew it
before leaving the city.
to that policeman and ask him where we can find the museum.
If we don't get this contract, we may have to sell
and move to another town.
If we break
these figures into gender, you can see how women have been affected more by this policy.
They are knocking the old hospital
because they say it's in a dangerous condition.
Three of the oldest trees were blown
in the heavy winds last night.
There is a lot of government help these days for anyone who wants to set
their own business.
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