Here is another post about phrasal verbs.
Phrasal verbs are idiomatic phrases consisting of a verb and another element, typically an adverb or a preposition, or a combination of both. They are widely used by native speakers of English so it’s a good idea to try to learn some of them.
LOOK OUT / WATCH OUT – be careful
Look out! There’s a car coming!
WORK OUT – exercise
She works out at the gym three times a week.
COME ON – be quick, hurry
Come on! Everybody is waiting for you!
GO ON – continue
I’m sorry for interrupting you, go on please.
KEEP ON – continue
I asked them to be quiet but they kept on talking.
HOLD ON – wait
Can you hold on a minute?
TAKE OFF – leave the ground
The plane took off 20 minutes ago.
GO OFF – explode
The bomb went off and caused a lot of damage.
CLEAN UP – make it neat or clean
After the party, it took us two hours to clean up everything.
GIVE UP – stop trying
I know it’s difficult but I don’t give it up.
GROW UP – become an adult
What do you want to do when you grow up?
HURRY UP – to do something more quickly
Hurry up! We don’t have much time!
SPEAK UP – speak more loudly
I can’t hear you. Can you speak up, please?
WAKE UP – stop sleeping
I often wake up in the middle of the night.
SLOW DOWN – go more slowly
You’re driving too fast! Slow down!
BREAK DOWN – stop working (cars, machines, etc)
I was late because my car broke down.
GET ALONG – have a good relationship with someone
George doesn’t get along with his neighbors.
FALL OVER – lose your balance
I fell over because my shoes were too big for me.