PHRASAL VERBS WITH 'UP'
A.Look at the following extracts from the dialogue. What do the phrases in bold mean?
Fortunately, the police turned up and arrested
him. Apparently, he had held up the bank...
turn up = appear
hold up = rob (a bank)
B. Match the phrasal verbs in bold with their meanings a-h.
1. I'm thinking of taking up painting;
I've heard it's very relaxing. ( d )
2. Would you be able to put me up
for the night? I have nowhere to stay. ( e )
3. I can't believe Trevor turned up at
the meeting with his hair dyed green. ( f )
4. The robbers held up the bank and
escaped with £300,000. ( a )
5. Many people believe that he made up
the story, but he claims it is the truth. ( b )
6. Ed was brought up by his grandmother. ( h )
7. My father said that the price of
electricity will go up by 25% next year. ( c )
8. The story is about a young girl growing
up in South Africa in the 1960s. ( g )
e. offer accommodation
g. gradually become an adult
h. raise a child
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