Phrasal Verb Lesson – Fall Through

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Phrasal Verb:  Fall through

Meaning: To fail.
Use: Things like plans, arrangements, or negotiations can fall through.
Structure: [something] falls through
Examples:

  • The negotiations between my company and ABC company fell through.
  • My plans to vacation in Mexico fell through.

Has something fallen though recently?

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Phrasal Verb Lesson – Fill Up

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Phrasal Verb Lesson – Fill Up

MeaningTo make something completely full.

UseA person can fill up a container like a bag, a suitcase, etc.

Structurefill up [something] or fill [something] up
Examples:

  • Jane filled up two suit cases with stuff she bought in Spain.
  • We should fill our water bottles up before continuing our hike.

Have you filled up any containers recently?

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