Some more phrasal verbs for my students out there! I’ve had a request from one of my ex-students to do more of these, so here I am — doing more of them!
Read these sentences. Can you guess the meaning of the phrasal verbs in italics?
- I don’t want to stop now. I seriously want to read on to the end.
- Can you read out your answer so we can all hear it?
- I don’t understand some of these words. I’m going to look them up in the dictionary.
- I want you all to turn over the page and continue reading.
- Read the sentences and then fill in the gaps.
- He flicked through the channels until he found something entertaining to watch.
- It doesn’t look good when you make a lot of mistakes on your application and cross them out instead of using ‘white out.’
Match the phrasal verbs in 1 with the definitions.
a. Read so that other people can hear you properly.
b. Scribbling on paper.
c. Write information in the choices that are blank.
d. Find information in a book.
e. Continue reading.
f. Turn a page to the other side.
g. Changing the channel quickly.