Phrasal verbs list: In the classroom
Teachers often use a number of idioms and phrasal verbs when they give instructions in the classroom. Both teachers and learners should know these common important phrasal verbs.
- First of all. Let’s go over the homework.
- You can leave out exercise B.
- If you make a mistake, rub it out.
- Take it in turns to read dialogue No 2.
- Sarah, swap places with Olivia, please.
- Finish the exercise off at home and hand it in tomorrow.
- Put all the books away before you leave.
- OK, let’s call it a day.
Phrasal verbs list in class with definitions:
- First of all: Before doing anything else/at the beginning.
- Go over/through sth: Look at, check, or discuss sth carefully.
- Leave sth out: Not do sth, e.g. an exercise.
- Rub sth out: remove writing or a mark from something by erasing it with a piece of rubber or cloth.
- Swap places with sb: Take sb’s seat or position so they can take yours.
- Finish sth off: Do the last part of sth
- Hand in: Submit; give something to an authority, especially a piece of work.
- Hand out: Distribute
- Put something away: Put something where you usually keep it, especially after using it.
- Call it a day: Decide to stop what you are doing ( often work).
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