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English Phrasal Verbs With ‘Cut’ – English Language

Phrasal verbs an be quite awkward for English language learners.There are several reasons for this, as detailed in the first introductory lesson. The only go...
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Video: 26m
Language: English
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Phrasal verbs an be quite awkward for English language learners.There are several reasons for this, as detailed in the first introductory lesson. The only good news is that phrasal verbs are still verbs, so all of the rules on verbs also apply to phrasal verbs. Please see my other course on verbs for more information about this topic.

In this course, we look specifically at 10 phrasal verbs using ‘cut’, namely:

  • cut off
  • cut out
  • cut in
  • cut down
  • cut up
  • cut back
  • cut through
  • cut across
  • cut into
  • cut away

Each lesson has a similar structure. We look at how to conjugate the phrasal verb and then look at the different meanings of that phrasal verb, with explanations and plenty of examples. 

As usual, please ask if anything is unclear and make use of the class project.

You will learn

All of the answers to these questions are some variation of ‘cut’ + particle. Please note that you might have a conjugate the verb and/or pay attention to the tense and aspect as well.

Here’s an example for you:

Q: What are you going to do with your hair?

A: I’m going to cut it all off.

We were talking about the future, so we need a future tense. OK?

Now it’s your turn. Have fun!

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Q: How was your last health check-up?

A: Nothing to worry about but the doctor did suggest that I _____________ on the booze.

Q: Have you ever forgotten to pay a gas bill?

A: Yes, three years ago and they _____________ our gas in the middle of the winter.

Q: How did it go at the tax office yesterday?

A: Dreadful – so much red tape to _____________!.

Q: Do you have any hobbies?

A: Yes, I like to ______ things _______ and stick them into a scrapbook.

Q: Does your new car have lots of technology?

A: Yes, it has ABS. The brakes _____________ to stop the wheels locking, preventing accidents.

Q: There’s a lot more light in the garden. Did you do something?

A: Yes, we _____________ that sprawling tree that was in the middle of the garden.

Q: Do you think the farmer will mind if we take a short-cut through his field?

A: I don’t think it will be a problem if we _____________ his field. He seems quite friendly.

Q: How did you manage to afford a new car?

A: Well, I did have to  _____________ my savings.

Q: What’s the matter with Jennie? She seems sad.

A: Her boyfriend split up with her and is really ______ her _______.

Q: How can we make this meal healthier?

A: We could try _____________ the fat on the meat. Do you think that would help?

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Anybody can take this course, as it is suitable for all levels.

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