Todo el equipo del Salón de idiomas está a tope con la creatividad e imaginación para crear todo tipo de material tanto para clases de inglés de conversación, nuestra especialidad, como para las clases de preparación de exámenes oficiales de inglés (Aptis General o Advanced, Trinity ISE III, CAE, EOI o el ejercicio práctico de inglés oposiciones primaria) …so, let’s get started with phrasal verbs C2 level!
Para demostrar un nivel C1 o C2 de inglés habrá que conocer y empezar a usar phrasal verbs con 3 palabras (phrasal verbs 3 words). Hoy os traemos 50 phrasal verbs nivel avanzado para vosotros, nuestros queridos lectores. 😉
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Ex: Your purchases add up to 150,50 €
Ex: The price of dinner averages out at 25€ per person.
Ex: EE.UU. backed out of the Tokio agreement./Kirk backed the car out of the depot.
Ex: The issue boils down to a lack of money.
Ex: Josh got mixed up in the robbery and was sent to jail.
Ex: Sue must brush up on her Japeanse before going to Tokio.
Ex: I must call my sister to catch up on the latest family events.”
Ex: You go ahead. I’ll have to work hard to catch up with the others.”
Ex: I’ll come up with a brilliant idea.
Ex: The plan to demolish the old bridge came up against a lot of criticism.
Ex: The city is clamping down on gang violence.
Ex: The local authorities have decided to cut down on illegar chinease store.
Ex: I´ll drop in on you on my way home and we can have a nice cup of tea.
Ex: We were lucky to have some tinned food to fall back on.
Ex: It’s important to get along with your boss.
Ex: Get on with the hard job.
Ex. Mr. Johnsons does not get on very well with his colleagues.
Ex: Hugh is trying to get out of working the night shift.
Ex: It’s difficult to get rid of old habits.
Ex: I never seem to be able to get round to keeping up with the work pace!
Ex: The match will be difficult. Half of the team has gone down with the flu.
Ex: How long can you hang on to an impossible dream?
Ex: Are you keeping up with the latest news?
Ex: I look back on my years of highschool and smile
Ex: She looks up to her sister.
Ex: She always looks down on anyone who is poor.
Ex: I am looking forward to my birhtday.
Ex: I studies a lot to live up to my parents expectations.
Ex: The comedian tried to make fun of the man wearing glasses.
Ex: There were no chairs to sit on so we had to make do with a pile of boxes.
Ex: A young man made off with my briefcase while I was checking the timetable.”
Ex: In an attempt to find more details, he made himself out to be an undercover policeman .
Ex: If I work longer the next few days I can make up for the time I was off.
Ex: I enjoy volleyball but I’m so busy I had to opt out of the tournament.
Ex: Please don’t put yourself out for us!
Ex: I have a free couch so I can put you up if you’d like to come for a couple of days.
Ex: She puts up with a lot from her husband.
Ex: What a nuisance! We’ve run out of salt.
Ex: Joan D’Arc ran up against strong religious morals back in that century.
Ex: Riley signed up for a promotion on Instagram.
Ex: Paul has signed up with a new football club.
Ex: Two of the boys were singled out for extra coaching.
Ex: You need to stand up for your rights!
Ex: Lunch with my gin-laws was boring but I had to stick it out– I had no choice!
Ex: Pleasse take care of my cat when I’m away.
Ex: My sister hates when her teacher talks down to her.
Ex: Her parents tried to talk Amy out of leaving her job.
Ex: I got so angry I tore away from the flat.
Ex: Whenever I meet a false person I veer away from them.