Let’s take some time off and get away!
Confused? “Take some time off” and “get away” are phrasal verbs; a group of words that functions as a verb and is made up of a verb and a preposition, an adverb, or both.
Together these two phrasal verbs mean “stop working and take a trip somewhere”.
Can you guess the correct phrasal verbs in the examples below?
1) The time a train arrives is when it ___.
a) gets away
b) gets in
c) gets over
2) To board (verb) a train is to______.
a) get on the train
b) get near the train
c) get in the train
3) To travel by train is to _________.
a) take the train
b) ride the train
c) drive the train
4) To leave the train is to _________.
a) depart the train
b) deplane the train
c) get off the train
Please comment below with your answers..
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