People, relationships & family

B1 Phrasal verbs for relationships and family

Here’s a set of phrasal verbs that we can use when speaking about relationships or family issues.

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B1 Phrasal verbs for relationships and family

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My best friend (admires) ... her mother and would really like to be like her.

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I hate Michael! He's always (punishing me) ... for silly things.

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Great! Let's (see each other) ... this weekend.

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Our employer is such a nice and kind person. You can always (trust) ... her for help.

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Your brother behaves really badly. He needs to (mature) ... and behave more like an adult.

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I (enjoy being with this person because we have a  lot in common) ... really well with my cousin Jane.

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Peter is feeling really downhearted. He (stopped a relationship) ... with his girlfriend the other day.

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Did you finally (answer a letter/email) ... to Teresa?

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When my father was little he had to (take care) ... of his siblings because he was the oldest of all five children.

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My son James (is very similar in appearance to)... his grandfather.

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My father got mad when we (gave a reply to a reprimand) ...

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You shouldn't argue about silly things. Try to (become friends again) ... with Sarah.

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