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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77614: Verbs + up /down
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    Verbs + up /down

        Verbs with   UP / DOWN






    to get up           
    to stand up
    to sit up
    to look up          
    to lift up
    to throw up
    to pick up         Hold up your hand if you know the answer.

     Rise / Ascent
    to grow up          
    to blow up
    to speak up     
    to hurry up
    to put up
    to turn up       He wants to build up his strength.

    to make up 
    to dress up
    to eat up
    to give up
    to do up
    to tidy up
    to look up       He has just held up a bank.



    to lay / set / put down         
    to kneel down
    to lie down
    to sit down
    to bend down
    to blow down
    to look down on sb         It is pouring down

    to slow down                  
    to cool down
    to calm down
    to come down
    to cut down
    to turn down     We're going to wind down this weekend. (se détendre)



    to turn down               
    to break down
    to hand down
    to write down
    to settle down
    to wolf / bolt down
    to drink down      Bob, it's high time you got down to work.
    to get down to

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    Complete with the right verb.

    Please Dad, could you up my friend Tony at the station this evening?    
     When I was a teacher I often told the children to up in class.
     If you don't know the meaning of a word, it up in a dictionary.
     Sue! Sonia! up or you'll be late for school.


    down Richard, you are driving too fast!  
     Could you down Bob's e-mail address. I'll send him a message.
     It's too hot in here. Please, the heater down.
     Don't let Peter down on me like this. It's very unpleasant.
     The nanny did her best to the child down.
     After the party the house was a complete mess, I had to it up.
     Tom is going to up as a ghost for Halloween.
     Please Fred, down that horrible music.

    Choose UP or DOWN.

    Terrorists blew   Moscow underground in March 2010.A storm blew three oaks in the park last winter. 
    Children, pick your toys from the floor!Robert has decided to give smoking.
    John turned the job because it was dangerous.During the war statues were melted to make weapons.

    Find the synonym of the blue verb.

    My children often invent amazing stories.             
    Will the mayor decide to restore or destroy    this old house?
    Everybody should try to reduce   their water consumption.
    My aunt Barbara had to raise three children on her own.

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