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lift upon - Contents 8 to the teacher 9

^ lift upon

lift up & lifts up lifting up lifted up lifted up


1. lift... up

p.v. When you

lift up

something, you use your hands to raise it above the surface that it was on.
That rock is too heavy — I can't

lift

it

up. Lift up

the cover and look in the box.
line up

line up & lines up lining up lined up lined up


1. line... up

p.v. When people or things form a row, they

line up.

When you arrange people or things so that they form a row, you

line

them

up.


People

lined up

to buy Superbowl tickets. Timmy is

lining

his toy cars

up.


lined up

part.adj. People or things that form a row are

lined up.


People have been

lined up

outside the box office for three days. The children are

lined up

for attendance.

2. line... up

p.v. When something

lines up

with something else, or when you

line up

something with something else, it is positioned correctly in relation to something else.
If this bolt doesn't

line up

with that hole, the lock won't work. The holes in part A have to

line up

with the holes in part B before you screw them together.

3. line... up

p.v. When you arrange for someone or something to be available at a future activity or event, you

line

that thing or person

up.


/ couldn't

line

a clown

up

for Susie's birthday party. Who have they

lined up

for the show?

lined up

part.adj. Someone or something that you have arranged to be available for a future activity or event is

lined up.


Don't worry about the show; everything is

lined up.


The singer is

lined up,

but the band isn't.
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lineup

n. The people or things planned for an event are the

lineup.


The network has planned quite a

lineup

of entertainers for the half-time special. There's always a trapeze act in the circus

lineup.



Infinitive


present tense
-ing form
past tense
past participle
^ stand around




stand around & stands around
standing around
stood around
stood around

1. stand around

p.v. When you

stand around, you

stand in a place wasting time and not doing anything useful.
/ have all this work to do, and you guys just

stand around

watching me. The manager told them to stop

standing around

and get to work.
^ tell apart

tell apart & tells apart telling apart told apart told apart


1. tell... apart

p.v. When it is possible to see how two similar things are different, you can

tell

them

apart.


The twins are identical; no one can

tell

them

apart.

All the puppies look the same, and I have a hard time

telling

them

apart.


EXERCISE 18a — Complete the sentences with phrasal verbs from this section. Be sure the phrasal verbs are in the correct tense.


1. Could you ________ ________ the phone? I want to make an important call.
2. Neither side would give an inch. There was no way to ________ ________ the stalemate.
3. If you put this fake Rolex watch next to a real one, you can ________ them ________ easily.
4. Jim wanted to go to a movie tonight, but I told him I wouldn't ________ ________ work until late.
5. If the holes don't ________ ________, the screws won't go in.
6. There weren't any chairs at the party, so we just ________ ________ talking.
7. I told Frank that his drinking problem isn't just hurting him; it ________ ________ that — it's hurting his family, too.
8. The lawyer was sure he could ______ him ______ with only two years in prison.
9. When I took this job after I finished high school, I never ________ ________ spend­ing thirty-five years here.
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10. Mother was the last one to ________ ________ the airplane.
11. Bob ________ ________ everything in his cabinet so that it's easy to find what he's looking for.
12. Lydia told me she would try to ________ three weeks ________ so we can go on vacation.
13. There were police barricades around the palace, but some of the protesters ________ _______.
14. Children, stop jumping on the bed with your dirty shoes. ________ ________ right now!
15. Can you ________ ________ the TV while I put the VCR under it?
16. Some CDs come wrapped in plastic that's almost impossible to ______ _______.
17. I couldn't ________ ________ a magician for the birthday party.
18. ________ ________ the carpet. I just shampooed it.

EXERCISE 18b — Write answers to the questions using phrasal verbs and participle adjectives from this section. Be sure the phrasal verbs are in the correct tense.


1. Paul said he would remove his cat from the table. What did Paul say?
2. I can't see any difference between the original and the copy. What can't I do?
3. Erik can't raise the box of books because it's too heavy. What can't Erik do?
4. Bill said he hadn't expected snow in May. What did Bill say?
5. Nancy arranged for a great band to play at the prom next week. What did Nancy do?
6. In Question 5, how would you describe the band?
7. Jerry thought the problem with his car is that it needs a tune-up, but the mechanic said it's worse than that. What did the mechanic say?
8. The soldiers smashed a hole in the wall and entered the city. What did the soldiers do to the wall?
9. Carlos stops working at 5:00 everyday. What does Carlos do at 5:00 everyday?
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10. You were arrested for drunken driving, but the judge gave you only a warning. What did you do?
11. The teacher moved all the desks in his classroom so that they were in straight rows. What did the teacher do?
12. In Question 11, how would you describe the desks?
13. She asked me if I would stop talking on the telephone. What did she say?
14. I stood at the bus stop for an hour waiting for the bus. What did I do for an hour?
15. The personnel manager at my new job said I wouldn't have to work on Sundays. What did the personnel manager say?
16. When you put a doorknob on a door, the two sides have to be directly across from each other. How do the two sides have to be?
17. Sam stepped from the train. What did Sam do?
18. Mark's father told him to move from the grass to the sidewalk. What did Mark's father tell Mark?

EXERCISE 18c — Complete these sentences, using your own words, with phrasal verbs from this section or previous sections.


1. Last week, he couldn't_______________________________.
2. When I was younger, I could ____________________________.
3. He'll _____________________________________________.
4. When I _________________, I would _____________________.
5. Could you________________________________________?
6. Would you _______________________________________?
7. Can I __________________________________________?
8. Could I _________________________________________?
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EXERCISE 18d, Review — Complete the sentences with these phrasal verbs from previous sections. Be sure the phrasal verbs are in the correct tense. To check their meanings, review the section number given after each one.



believe in, 16
go along with, 3
hold off, 16
carry on, 16
go for, 16
put past, 16
come over, 17
go with, 15
tell on, 15
come through, 15
grow out of, 17
think about, 16
count on, 16
head back, 15

get through,16
head for, 15

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