Practise using phrasal verbs for daily routines
Look at these phrasal verbs and definitions for a few minutes. When you think you can remember them, hide the definitions and try the practice exercise below.
|wake up||to stop sleeping|
|get up||to leave your bed|
|put sth on||to get dressed|
|take sth off||to remove clothes|
|go out||to leave the house (not going to work)|
|set off||to start a journey (e.g. for work, on holiday)|
|get in||to return home|
|wash up||to wash the plates and cups|
|tidy up||to put things into the right places|
|drop off||to fall asleep (usually for a short time)|
|turn sth on||to use a button to start (e.g. a light, a shower)|
|turn sth off||to use a button to stop (e.g. a light, a shower)|
Note: sth = something.
Complete these sentences using just one word. Make sure you use the correct form of the verb (wake, woke, woken ...)