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Essential English Phrasal Verbs - Episode 7

Essential English Phrasal Verbs - Episode 7


1.fall down
 to fall onto the ground
Dictionary examples:
  • Our apple tree fell down in the storm.
  • He stumbled and fell down.
  • When I got up in the morning, I slip[ped] on a piece of soap and fell down.



2.fall over
If someone or something falls over, they fall to the ground or onto their side.
Dictionary examples:
  • She tripped and fell over.
  • The fence fell over in the wind.
  • I nearly fell over because the corridor was very dark.



3.fill up (sth) or fill (sth) up
to become full, or to make something become full
Dictionary examples:
  • The seats in the hall were filling up fast.
  • Could you fill that bucket up with water for me?
  • I bought that [couch] just to fill up the space left.



4.get back sth or get sth back
to be given something again that you had before
Dictionary examples:
  • He went next door to get his ball back.
  • Don't lend him money, you'll never get it back.
  • He hoped that he would get back his suitcase.



5.get in
to succeed in entering a place, especially a building
Dictionary example:
  • They must have got in through the bathroom window.
  • First of all there was queue [of] about 350 metres to get in and everybody was very impa[t]ient.