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Phrasal Verbs with "Put" - Speaking English
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- Phrasal Verbs with "Put" - Speaking English
Put Away - put something in the correct place
I have to put away the clothes.
Put Away - a person that can eat a lot
My brother can really put away food.
Put Down - to insult someone
My sister really knows how to put me down.
Put Up - to hang something on a wall
Can you please put up this picture for me?
Put Up -I have to put up with my sister. deal with someone difficult
I have to put up with my sister.
Put Off - not to do something right away, do something at a later time
I do not like to put off paying my bills.
Put On - to produce a performance
The local kids put on a show every year.
Put On - To wear something
Please put on your shoes, because I want to go out.
Put Out - to remove something out of a room or house
Please put out the trash.
Put Out - to extinguish a fire (kill the fire)
The fire department came to put out the fire.
Put Out – to publish a book, CD etc.
I hope that the band will put out a new CD.
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