40 cụm động từ đi với ‘Up’ (P1)
Để giúp các bạn củng cố thêm kiến thức tiếng Anh trước khi bắt tay vào luyện thi IELTS, hôm nay iGIS sẽ chia sẻ cho các bạn về ngữ pháp đó là 40 cụm động từ đi với “up” trong tiếng Anh được sử dụng thường xuyên.
1. Act up = to misbehave
My son used to act up every day when he was little.
2. Bottle up = stay hidden
He would rather bottle up rather than solve the problems at work.
3. Break up = end a relationship
Jessica just broke up with her boyfriend.
4. Back up = to copy something as a security measure
My computer crashes three times this week, so I need to back up all my data now.
5. Blow up = to get angry very fast
Moore blows up almost every class because Jack is always late.
6. Brighten up = to make cheerful, happy
My sister tried to brighten up my day when I was feeling said.
7. Butter up = to flatter
She always butters up her boss when the new job position is available.
8. Catch up = to share news with someone
I haven’t seen him for such a long time, and it was great to catch up.
9. Chat up = to have a light, friendly conversation
She went to that bar only because she liked chatting up with the handsome bartender.
10. Come up with = think of something, a plan or an idea
We have to come up with a plan!
11. Cover up = to hide, conceal
Even in court, he still tried to cover up everything that he did.
12. Doll up = to dress formally, to dress for a special occasion
My mom needs to doll up before her birthday party.
13. Dress up = to have very nice clothes on
Alicia always liked to dress up for her dates.
14. Eat up = to believe immediately
He ate up everything that his psychologist told him.
15. End up – to turn out, conclude
He ended up working at his father’s company.
16. Fix up = to make right, adjust
Melissa fixed up her dress before going out.
17. Give up = surrender, admit failure
I will nevergive up.
18. Head up = to lead, to take charge
You have to head up all the meetings today.
19. Hold up = to wait, to delay
What’s holding up the presentation?
20. Hung up = thinking or worrying about someone/something
She was too hung up about her wedding.