Phrasal verbs starting with P English lesson
What will I learn from the English lesson phrasal verbs starting with P?
This lesson you will learn the meaning of some of the phrasal verbs beginning with P that you might not understand. The lesson is to be used to help you understand the meanings when you come across phrasal verbs you don't understand.
** Warning please don't try and memorise all of the phrasal verbs listed use as a reference when you need to understand what they mean **
Phrasal verbs beginning with P
pass away: The old lady passed away yesterday at ten.
pass by: Every day I pass by this shop when I'm on my way to work.
pass on: Have you passed on the message I sent you?
pass out: It was so stuffy in the room that I wasn't surprised at all that some people passed out.
pay back: I will pay you back next week. Is that OK?
pay off: I hope to pay this loan off before the deadline.
pay somebody back: I'm going to pay him back for all these stinging remarks.
pick out: We spent hours looking for presents and finally picked out some books.
pick up: Sue picked up the phone and dialled her boyfriend's number.
pick up: I picked up a lot of new words during my trip to London.
pick up: Will you pick me up from the station on Monday?
pin down: He didn't tell me much. We will need to pin him down to details.
piss off: She was absolutely pissed off with his behaviour.
plug in: I haven't plugged in the TV yet, I just bought it.
point out: She pointed out common writing mistakes her students should be aware of.
polish up: His Spanish is not bad but he should polish it up a bit.
print out: Could you please print out this document for me?
pull down: They had to pull down the old building to build a new shopping centre there.
pull in: The train from Manchester is pulling in on platform 1.
pull in: I need a break, I'll pull in over there and we'll have some rest.
pull out: A train has just pulled out of the station.
pull out: Can you imagine it? I had to wait 5 minutes to pull out!
pull up: A blue car has just pulled up near the cinema.
put back: Remember to put back the CDs when you don't listen to them.
put back: I'm afraid we have to put back our appointment.
put back: Remember to put back your watch when you'll land in London.
put down: Put down your bags and let's go to the kitchen.
put down: How could you put me down in front of all these people?!
put down to: She was unbearable yesterday but we put it down to the problems she has in her marriage.
put forward: We put the clocks forward in spring.
put off: Can you put off the meeting? I need to talk to you.
put off: Oh yeah, he is handsome but his manners put me off!
put on: It's quite cold so you'd better put on your coat.
put on: Put on the light please.
put out: Put out the lights, I'm tired and want to go sleep. Put the cigarette out, it's non-smoking area.
put up with: How do you put up with him? He's so irritating.
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