- Slides: 7
Verb +D. O. + ADV P Please put the milk in the refrigerator. v Ask David to move these chairs next door. v Don’t let the child put his hand into that plastic bag/out of the car window. v The secretary showed me into the manager’s office. v
Verb +D. O. + ADV P The detective followed the suspected man for two hours/all afternoon. v This bicycle has carried me 500 miles. v They kept the child indoors. v Don’t get that girl into trouble. v When I called on Tom, I found him in/out/at his desk/in the garden/in bed with flu. v
Verb +D. O. + ADV Particle v v v v v Put your shoes on. Take your coat off. Lock your room up. Did you wind the clock up? She gave them all away. Please bring them in. He cleaned the rubbish away. Switch the radio on/off. Don’t throw that old that away. The mob broke the doors down.
Verb + ADV P +D. O. Put on your shoes. v Take off your coat. v Lock up your room. v Did you wind up the clock? v She gave away her old books. v Please bring in those chairs. v
Verb + ADV P +D. O. He cleared away the rubbish. v Switch on/off the radio. v Don’t throw away that hat. v The mob broke down the doors. v You musn’t lay down the law. v How did they bring about these reforms? v
Verb + ADV P +D. O. v v v Why don’t you put on those green shoes you bought a week ago? You’d better take off your wet overcoat and those muddy shoes. Lock up all the valuables in your room before you go away. Did you wind up the clock in the dining-room? She gave away all the schoolbooks she no longer needed.
Verb + ADV P +D. O. v v v Please bring in those chairs we left out on the lawn. He cleared away all the rubbish that had accumulated in the front garden. Don’t forget to switch off the lights in the rooms downstairs. Don’t throw away anything that might be useful later on. The mob broke down the doors guarding the main entrance.