5 terms

Phrasal verb: to catch up (with, on, in?)

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I've just moved to a new school and we haven't done the math that they are doing right now. So, after school, I work with a teacher to catch up.
I've just moved to a new school and we haven't done the math that they are doing right now. So, after school, I work with a teacher to catch up/catch up to/catch up with/catch up in/catch up on
My teacher said my reading level is lower than it should be so I need extra help after school. She wants me to catch up to my peers
My teacher said my reading level is lower than it should be so I need extra help after school. She wants me to catch up/catch up to/catch up with/catch up in/catch up on my peers
Let's grab a cup of coffee and catch up soon!
Let's grab a cup of coffee and catch up/catch up to/catch up with/catch up in/catch up on soon!
Last week I was so busy at work that I completely ignored the laundry and dishes. So, on Saturday I will catch up on my housework.
Last week I was so busy at work that I completely ignored the laundry and dishes. So, on Saturday I will catch up/catch up to/catch up with/catch up in/catch up on my housework.
In the last few seconds of the race, I tried to catch up/catch up to/catch up with/catch up in/catch up onwith the runner in front of me but after a few seconds, I realized that I couldn't run as fast as her.
In the last few seconds of the race, I tried to catch up/catch up to/catch up with/catch up in/catch up onwith the runner in front of me but after a few seconds, I realized that I couldn't run as fast as her.