AERC W19 Phrasal Verbs + One Word Verbs
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e.g. James added up the number of responses
e.g. The large company bought out the smaller.
e.g. The game was called off because of bad weather
e.g. Extensive tests have been carried out on the patient.
e.g. The purpose of the literature review is find out what has been said on the topic.
e.g. The paper has too many grammatical mistakes, meaning he couldn't get his message across.
e.g. She doesn't give up easily.
e.g. The plane was held up at the gate for hours.
e.g. Do not leave out the source information.
e.g. Use quotes instead of making up examples.
e.g. The TAs passed out the study guides.
e.g. Hendriks (2010) points out that power...
e.g. I was initially turned down the offer.
e.g. I used up all of my battery this morning.
back out of
e.g. Several performers backed out of the concert.
e.g. This calls for immediate action
requires, demands, necessitate
cut down on
e.g. Writers should cut down on unnecessary adverbs and adjectives
come up with
e.g. Come up with your own viewpoint on the topic.
e.g. eventually, the company gave in to the demands for transparency.
e.g. The researcher went on to win a prestigious award.
e.g. They held off spending money until spring break.
e.g. This experiment will look into other explanations for the phenomenon.
make sure of
e.g. They scored another goal and made sure of victory.
e.g. She takes after her scholarly mother and father.
e.g. You only touched on that idea.
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