Aprender Phrasal Verbs Online – Letra C

Aprender inglês online com a ajuda de tutores, praticando conversão online é a melhor maneira de aprender phrasal verbs!

Como sabemos, verbos frasais são importantíssimos  quando estudamos em cursos de inglês. É praticamente impossível ter mais do que 5 minutos de conversação em inglês com alguém sem usar muitos phrasal verbs. Se você quer mesmo falar inglês, é bom se praticar tais verbos com nativos online. Essa dica vai te ajudar a entender melhor o idioma, os verbos frasais, suas definições e uso.

Seguimos com nossa lista de phrasal verbs, desenvolvida com a ajuda de muitos tutores do Cambly, com as letras C.

 

 

O  QUE SIGNIFICA EM INGLÊS: CHECK UP?

Figurinha conhecida de muitos brasileiros, esse phrasal verb é muito usado quando vamos ao médico. Mas e em inglês? Qual o significado dele?

Batemos um super papo com a professora de inglês online Erikka e ela nos deu uma mãozinha. Aproveita para praticar seu listening aqui !

 

O QUE SIGNIFICA EM INGLÊS CASH OUT ?

Pra quem adora fazer comprinhas fora, esse phrasal verb pode fazer toda a diferença em uma conversação em inglês.

Ao conversarmos com a tutora nativa de inglês Vetta Donaldson, ficamos por dentro do significado desse verbinho. É só assistir o video para ver como uma conversação online com nativo pode te ajudar a arrasar no idioma!

 

 

O QUE SIGNIFICA EM INGLÊS: CALM DOWN ?

Esse phrasal verb é muito usado em conversação em inglês. Muitas vezes quando alguém fica um pouco mais alterado em um bate-papo, alguém solta um: Hey, calm down!

Curioso? Quer saber quando você deve usar um calm down? Confere aqui com nossa professora de inglês online!

 

 

O QUE SIGNIFICA EM INGLÊS: CALL OFF ?

Mais um phrasal verb super usado por que fala inglês diariamente. Quer saber o que significa esse verbo em inglês? Que tal assistir uma video-aula com nativo da língua inglesa, explicando e fazendo uso de call off?

 

 

 

O QUE SIGNIFICA EM INGLÊS: CHECK OUT ?

Diferente do phrasal verb check up, o verbo check out pode gerar confusão para estudantes de cursos de inglês online. Por isso, pedimos para essa tutora de inglês online para nos auxiliar. Afinal é super importando saber por que alguém está checking you out, certo?

 

 

 

E O QUE SIGNIFICA EM INGLÊS CALL BACK ?

Pra finalizar, nossos professores de inglês online falaram sobre os usos do phrasal verb call back. Bem diferente do verbo call off, call back pode trazer surpresas bem positivas em sua vida! Confira!

 

 

 

Phrasal Verbs com a Letra C:

PHRASAL VERB DEFINITION EXAMPLE
TO CALL FOR + To require (as in a recipe) This recipe calls for milk, not water.
TO CALL * OFF + To cancel something Barry and Sally called the picnic off because of the rain.
TO CALL * OFF + To order to stop (an invasion, guard dogs) She called off the dogs when she saw it was her neighbor.
TO CALL ON + To visit Barry called on Mary when he was in town.
TO CALL ON + To invite someone to speak in a meeting or classroom Tutor Mark called on Bob to answer his question.
TO CALL * UP + To telephone I called James up to see if he wanted to go to the movies.
TO CALM * DOWN + To make someone realx You can calm the baby down by rocking him gently.
TO CARE FOR + To nurse someone or something My mom cared for the bird until its wing healed.
TO CARE FOR + To like someone or something I really cared for him.
TO CARRY ON + To continue (a conversation, a game) Please, carry on. I didn’t mean to interrupt you.
TO CARRY ON ABOUT + To continue in an annoying way He kept carrying on about how much money he makes.
TO CARRY ON WITH + To continue I want you to carry on with the project.
TO CARRY * OUT + To complete and/or accomplish something The secret agent carried out his orders exactly as planned.
TO CARRY * OVER + To continue on a subsequent day, page, etc The meeting carried over into lunch time.
TO CATCH ON Slowly start to understand (inf.) He caught on after a few minutes.
TO CATCH UP To make up for lost time I will never catch up. I am too behind in my work.
TO CATCH UP WITH + To speed up to be at the same place as a person or thing in front of you I had to run to catch up with the others.
TO CATCH UP ON + To become up-to-date I need to catch up on world events. I haven’t seen news in ages.
TO CHECK OUT To leave a hotel, hospital It`s already eleven. We need to check out.
TO CHECK OUT OF + To leave a hotel, hospital It`s already eleven. We need to check out of the hotel.
TO CHECK ON To make sure something is OK Let’s check on the baby again before we go to sleep.
TO CHECK UP ON + To investigate someone or something The police are checking up on the bomb threats.
TO CHEER * UP To make someone feel cheerful The party really cheered me up.
TO CHEER UP To become cheerful Cheer up! Everything will be ok.
TO CHEW * UP + To chew into small pieces The dog chewed up my shoe.
TO CHOP * DOWN + To cut (a tree) The lumberjack chopped the tree down.
TO CHOP * UP + To cut int small bits She chopped the meat up into pieces.
TO CLEAN * UP + To tidy Sam cleaned the mess up before he left.
TO CLEAR OUT To leave Everybody clear out! We are closed today.
TO CLEAR * UP + To tidy Sam cleared the mess up before he left.
TO CLOSE * DOWN + To close a place permanently The ice-cream shop closed down cause they didn’t have many customers.
TO CLOSE DOWN To close permanently The bar was closed down because they smelled alcohol to minors.
TO CLOSE IN ON + To  approach and threaten The rebels were closing in on the capital, so the government called in the army
TO CLOSE * UP + To close temporarily  The are closing the ski resort up for the summer.
TO CLOSE UP To close temporarily  The ski resort was closed up for the summer.
TO COME ABOUT To occur/happen How did the idea for the movie come about?
TO COME ACCROSS + To discover by accident She came across some lost Mayan ruins in the jungle.
TO COME ALONG To accompany someone If he wants, he can come along.
TO COME ALONG WITH + To accompany He came along with me to the beach.
TO COME ALONG To progress How is the research paper coming along?
TO COME ALONG WITH + To progress How is your dad coming along with the research paper?
TO COME BACK To return What time is she coming back?
TO COME BY + To get/receive How did you come by that new car?
TO COME BY To visit someone at his/her house I’ll come by later.
TO COME DOWN WITH + To become sick with She came down with the flu.
TO COME OUT To appear The car came out of nowhere.
TO COME OUT To reveal you are homosexual Peter finally came out last week.
TO COME OUT WITH + To produce and distribute a product Microsoft is coming out with a new computer next month.
TO COME TO To regain consciousness Don’t worry! She faints all the time. She always comes to after a few minutes.
TO COME THROUGH To sucede despite difficulties Mary always comes through in times of need.
TO COME UP TO + Approach; to equal The job offer didn’t come up to my expectations.
TO COME UP WITH + To create (a plan, an idea) He came up with a great proposal for the new tv show.
TO COME OVER To visit someone at his/her house Why don’t you come over for dinner?
TO COUNT * IN + To include You can count me in.
TO COUNT ON + To depend/rely on I really can count on my mom.
TO COUNT * OUT + To exclude Please, count me out.
TO COUNT * UP + To add Count the chance up and see how much we still have.
TO CROSS * OUT + To draw a line through something/eliminate Why don’t you cross my name out on the list?
TO CUT DOWN To decrease the amount of You eat too much sugar. You need to cut down.
TO CUT DOWN ON + To decrease the amount of You need to cut down on sugar intake.
TO CUT IN To interrupt He suddenly cut in and announced the news.
TO CUT IN ON + To interrupt He suddenly cut in on the conversation and announced the news.
TO CUT * OFF To interrupt someone while he/she is speaking Sally cut Mark off during his class.
TO CUT * OFF + To sever (with a knife) His finger was accidentally cut off.
TO CUT * OUT + To remove He cut the bone out of the steak.
TO CUT * OUT To stop an action Cut it off! You are bothering us.
TO CUT * UP + To cut into small pieces He cut the beef up and put the pieces in the soup.

 

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