Hi, fellas. What are you up to? It seems that everyone’s attention is drawn to the Grammy Awards today. How about you? :)
Today we’re going to play with phrasal verbs. I bet you know what they are. It should be easy & fun. Come & join the #EngGame, fellas. :)
Rules: all phrasal verbs start with “turn”. Guess the preposition/adverb that follows the word “turn” in each number based on the meaning.
Example: turn _ _: to start an electronic device. Can you guess the phrasal verb? This one’s easy, isn’t it? :)
Good! Your answer is correct. :) “@Bundra_JS: turn on”
- Turn _ _ _ _ _ _: to go back to the opposite direction.
- Turn _ _ _: to stop an electronic device; to be unappealing.
- Turn _ _ _ _: to lower the power of something; to refuse.
- Turn _ _: to leave street and enter driveway; to go to bed; to give assignment to teacher; to report someone to the police.
- Turn _ _: to increase the volume or strength (heat, light, etc.).
- Turn _ _ _ _: to become (used with nouns).
- Turn _ _ _: to happen in a particular way or to have a particular result, especially an unexpected one.
- turn around
- turn off
- turn down
- turn in
- turn up
- turn into
- turn out
Source: Fluent English by Barbara Raifsnider