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Break up, break down, get up, make out... There are lots of multi-word verbs in English, and they can be confusing. But don't give up! We're here to help.

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Multi-word verbs on holiday

Set off, touch down, check in...

So far we've looked at a group of multi-word verbs that come from break. But with so many out there, what's the best way to learn them? Well, one way is to learn words in groups by topic. So, now we're going to do an exercise to practise multi-word verbs related to the theme of travel.

To do

First, take a moment to learn these phrasal verbs related to travel. Then we'll do a test to see how well you understand them.

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Pack these in your suitcase...

to check in
to arrive at a hotel and register your details; or to give your information at an airport before going into a plane

to check out
to leave a hotel and pay the bill

to pick (someone) up
to collect someone from a place

to see (someone/something) off
to go to a place that someone is leaving from to say goodbye

to take off
(of a plane) to leave the ground

to touch down
(of a plane) after flying, to touch the ground again

to set off
to begin a journey

to get in
(of a plane or train) to arrive at a destination

London to Barcelona

8 Questions

Are you a multi-word master? Choose the best ending for each sentence.

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How did you do? Did it make you want to set off on holiday and check in at a lovely hotel?

Next

So, that was an introduction to multi-word verbs. We've looked at how different adverbs change the meaning of break, and we've learned a group of multi-word verbs related to travel. Now it's time to practise all of this together as we listen to 6 Minute Grammar and learn the meanings of meet up, get together, ring up and more. Join us there!

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Session Vocabulary

  • to break up
    to end a relationship

    to break down
    (of a car or vehicle) to stop working

    to break out
    (here) to escape from prison

    to break in
    to use force to enter a place

    to break off
    1) to separate something from something else

    2) to end a relationship

    3) to suddenly stop speaking

    to check in
    to arrive at a hotel and register your details; also to give your information at an airport before you fly

    to check out
    to pay the bill and leave a hotel

    to pick (someone) up
    to collect someone from a place

    to see (someone/something) off
    to go to a place that someone is leaving from to say goodbye

    to take off
    (of a plane) to leave the ground

    to touch down
    (of a plane) after flying, to touch the ground again

    to set off
    to begin a journey

    to get in
    (of a plane or train) to arrive