The correct answer is letter (A). A phrasal verb consists of a verb plus a particle, that is to say a preposition or an adverb(or both). It is possible to encounter two different types of phrasal verbs. The Separable PV which can be split by other words. For instance; “How do you turn off the CD player? Or How do you turn the CD player off? On the other hand, Inseparable PV cannot be split. For example; They are going out together.
3- am looking forward to
4- is looking for his brother
5-looked for the boy
it is c
because it makes the most sense out of the choices.
Note: in the first sentence, the correct word is "aerial", not "serial".
Answer and Explanation:
A phrasal verb is an idiomatic phrase formed by a verb and a preposition, a verb and an adverb, or a combination of both. In the sentences we are re-ordering here, we have the following phrasal verbs:
act up --> to malfunction
ask over --> to invite to one's house
blow up --> to explode
break off --> to stop
bring up --> to raise
burst into --> to enter suddenly
bring in --> to introduce something new
bring out --> to produce
The correct order for the sentences is:
1. The TV is acting up again. I think it's the aerial.
2. I want to ask Pete over to watch the game on TV.
3. The building blew up because of the bomb.
4. He broke off from what he was doing to make a call.
5. I was brought up by my Aunt Sally.
6. John burst into the kitchen and said the police were at the door.
7. Our office is bringing in a new policy of paying for photocopies!
8. My favorite author is bringing out a new novel.
please where is the exercise 5
1)Fate's decree means
Ans=》2) Unfortunately [✔✔✔]An adverb is a word which modify action, state,place of event, time of event taken with Noun,Pronoun and how action done in verb etc.
2)They were roaming aimlessly
Aimlessly is :
Ans=》4)Adverb [✔✔✔]Objective phrase is a phrase which describe what we saying about subject.
3)You should abide by the rules.
Abide is :