B1 level phrasal verbs are simple. Students are not required to fully understand phrasal verbs, but they should acquire a basic knowledge of them and know how to substitute simple vocabulary, for example: instead of DO SPORT = WORK OUT.
1. Hang out (with) – spend time with
I enjoy hanging out with my friends at weekends. Especially when we go to the cinema or shopping centre.
2. Wash up – Clean the plates
I hate washing up after eating my dinner; it is so boring.
3. Get into – start liking
I got into jogging about a year ago. I feel much fitter than I used to.
Also try, Be into = like
I am into reading in my free time; it helps me to relax.
4. Put off – postpone/delay
We will have to put off the meeting until next week.
5. Go for – choose
I am not sure which to degree to go for, it is a really difficult decision.
6. Run out of – not have any left/remaining
Could you go to the shop? We have run out of milk and bread.
7. Find out – discover information
Last week, I found out that I failed the final exam on the course. I will need to retake it next month.
8. Throw away – put in the bin
You should never throw away plastic; it should be recycled.
9. Look after – take care of
It is very important to look after your friends and family because they will always help you when you need them.
10. Go out – go clubbing or leave the house
I go out once or twice a week with friends. I probably wond do it as much when I am older so I will have fun now.
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