This week's phrasal verbs are about: Friends
Churchill House's Phrasal Verb of the Day is: get on (with someone)
Definition: to have a good, friendly relationship with someone.
E.g.1: He's great - we get on so well with each other!
E.g.2: David's nice, but I don't get on with Mark.
E.g.3: David's nice, but Mark and I don't get on.
This phrasal verb can't be separated.
Churchill House's Phrasal Verb of the Day is: cheer (someone) up
Definition: to stop someone feeling depressed and make them feel happy.
E.g.1: She always manages to cheer me up.
E.g.2: Mark isn't very happy at the moment. What can we do to cheer him up?
This phrasal verb can be separated. (E.g. 1 and 2)
Churchill House's Phrasal Verb of the Day is: look out for (someone)
(This phrasal verb has more than one meaning)
Definition: to make sure that someone is OK, and to protect them from danger.
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