In English, we often use multi-word verbs or phrasal verbs like get up, pick up, and look after. Want to know more? Watch our ESOL video on multi-verb words.


Task 1 - choose the correct multi-word verb

Task 2 - matching

Task 3 - reorder the words to make sentences


Tell us something interesting that happened to you this week, and try to use a multi-word verb.

"I got up late for work this morning, my alarm didn’t go off!"
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I put up my friend for couple of days after we had arrived from London.

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This week the weather was very cold in my country, so it was very difficult to get up early, take a shower and get in bus. Afterwards, my new boss have arrived and I feel that we get along well, because he looks like very nice educated person.

Finally, I had to hurry up to get over my news duties, my new boss is very nice, but he is very very demanding.

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We say "get on with". For example; "I really get on with colleagues at work but I don't get on with my boss, he's always shouting at me! "

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Today  I got up early to go to work, my wife  look our  after baby all day, in the night she pick me up in my work, then she say my "Tomorrow I will wake up late, You have look our after baby"

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I think this activity is very useful because it helps you to expand your vocabulary

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This morning when got up in the bed , it was very cold and its raining ,winding . Because that the winter its on the way I think so .but never mind I have get on with the cold in the winter.
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this is good exercise

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This is a sample for using "look after" This my holiday I am going to look after my parent who are old and nephew too.

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I have to pick up my children from school on time. Although they don`t speak English they got on with their classmates really quick.