Jul 192013

Face Up to Phrasals 3: Bob and Jackie’s Chemistry Project

Bob and Jackie are classmates. They are working on a very important chemistry project, and they need to work as a team if they want to do well.
Jackie’s a very hard-working student, and she’s very keen to make a success of the project. As for Bob… well, let’s just say he isn’t quite as organised as Jackie!
Listen to Bob and Jackie’s conversation AND learn lots of new phrasal verbs with the third series of Face up to Phrasals.

Set up – set up – set up

Meaning: If you set something up, you make it ready for use, often by putting different parts of it together.

Grammar: This phrasal verb needs an object. It is possible to put the object between the verb and particle. If the object is a pronoun, it must go between the verb and particle.

They set up the equipment
They set the equipment up
They set it up

Example sentence: We took so much equipment to the exhibition that it took almost a full morning to set it all up.

Face Up to Phrasals 3: Bob and Jackie’s Chemistry Project Script Video


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