niedziela, 04 sierpnia 2013
Phrasal verbs. Come

piątek, 28 czerwca 2013
Phrasal verbs C /Part 8/

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COULD DO WITH

- Need or want something

COUNT IN

- Include or involve

COUNT ON

- Depend, rely

COUNT OUT

- Exclude

COUNT UP

- Add

COZY UP

- Make yourself comfortable

COZY UP TO

- Make yourself popular with someone

CRACK DOWN ON

- Use more authority than usual

CRACK ON

- Continue doing something with energy

CRACK UP

- Have a nervous breakdown

- Have bad reception on a mobile phone

- Burst out laughing

- Damage a car bbadly

CRANK OUT - Produce a lot of something fast

CRANK UP

- Inject non-medical drugs

- Start a machine, originally with a handlle

- Increase, make something bigger

CRASH OUT

- Sleep at someone's house because you are too tired, drunk, etc. to leave

- Fall asleep

CREEP OUT ON

- To do the same activity for a very long time

CROP UP

- Appear unexpectedly

środa, 19 czerwca 2013
Phrasal verbs.

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wtorek, 14 września 2010
Phrasal verb C /part 7/

Come up

- Appearr (used about a plant) - wschodzić , wyrastać

- Rise (the sun, moon)

- to be about to happen in the future - I have an important meeting comming up next week.

- to be discussed - The subject of religion came up (wypłynął .. podczas dyskusji)

Come up against

- Encounter problems or difficulties - The developers came up against a lot of opposition from the local residents - natrafiać na, natykac się na

Come up with

- Think of a solution, excuse, etc. - Engineers have come up with new ways of saving energy.

Come upon

- Find by chance

Conjure up

- Create a picture or memory in someone's mind - Hawaiian music conjures up images of sunshine, flowers ans sandy beaches - wyczarowywać, wywoływać
- Create something without many resources

Conk out

- Fall fast asleep
- Suddenly breakdown or stop working

Cool down

- Get cooler - Let the soup cool (down) 
- Become calm - uspokajać się, opanowywać

Cop out

- to avoid sth that you should do becouse you are afraid or lazy - She was going to help me with the cooking but she copped out with the last minute - wykręcić się z czegoś

poniedziałek, 02 sierpnia 2010
Phrasal verbs C /part6/

Come down with

zachorować na

- to become ill with sth - I think I'm coming down with the flu - Myślę, że bierze mnie grypa

Come forth

- happen or occur as a result of something

Come forth with

- provide information

Come from

pochodzić z

- country or town where you were born - - Where you come from originally?- Skąd pochodzisz?

Come in

przylatywać (o samolotach), przyjąć się, przychodzić nadchodzić ( o nadchodzących informacjach)

- arrive for flights - The tide is coming in - Nadchodzi przypływ.
- to become popular and fashionable - Punk fashions come in the seventies
- receive news, information - Reports are coming on of fighting in Beirut

Come into

- be important or relevant
- inherit

Come into use

- start being used

Come off

- when something breaks off - One of the legs has come off this table
- be successful - The deal seems unlikely to come off

- to fall of sth - Unfortunately, Dennis come off worst in the fight.

Come off it

- I don't believe what you're saying!; used as an imperative - I thought it was quiet a good performance. Oh come off it! - It was awful! - nie przesadzaj!No co ty!

Come on

- encouragement
- start an illness -  I think I've got a cold coming on. - brać kogoś
- start functioninng (machines, etc)

Come out

- a secret is revealed
- be published or otherwise available to the public
- disappear when washed
- let people know that you are lesbian or gay
- when the sun appears - The rain stopped and the sun came out.

Come out in

- have a rash or similar skin problem

Come over

- feel strange

Come round

- become conscious, wake up from anaesthetic
- change your opinion

Come through

- arrive (messages and information)
- communicate an emotion
- produce a result

Come through with

- provide something needed

Come to

dochodzić do siebie, wynosić

- become conscious, wake up from anaesthetic
- to equal or total a particular amount - wynosić - Thr bill for the meal came to 350zl

CDN

 
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