English Grammar Notes


Use of TO COME Related phrasal verbs in English with examples through Hindi

1. To come about : (to happen होना) How did this sad incident come about. 2. To come : It came to such a pass that the two students came to blows. Later, it came to light that one of them was a brilliant student who had come off with flying colours in his examination but the other, a scoundrel, had come to grief for his own bad deeds. ....

Use of TALK/TELL Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. To talk a person's head off : (to bore one by excessive talk बहुत अधिक बोलकर किसी को बोर करना) Whenever he comes, he takes my head off with his silly ideas. 2. To tell upon : (to effect one प्रभावित करना) He is very much worried about his business and these worries have told upon his health.....

Use of Call Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. Call for : (demand मांग करना) The headmaster called for an explanation from the student for his conduct. 2. Call forth : (bring out निकालना) Adversity calls forth the best qualities in man. 3. Call in : (send for बुलावा भेजना) ....

Use of PULL Related phrasal verbs in English with examples through Hindi

1. To pull a long face : (to look very serious अत्यंत गंभीर दिखना) The old father pulled a very long face because his son disobeyed him. 2. To pull one's leg : (to impose upon टांग खींचना) He always tries to pull my leg whenever the question of donation arises. 3. To....

SET Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. To set about : (to begin to apply oneself to किसी काम में लग जाना) I recommend you to set about your studies without delay. 2. To set apart : (to reserve अलग करना या रखना) One day in a week is set apart as a holiday. 3. To set aside : (to disregard कोई....

Use of THROW Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. To throw dust in one's eyes : (to deceive धोखा देना) He has seen many ups and downs of life so it is difficult to throw dust in his eyes. 2. To throw down the gauntlet : (to challenge openly किसी को खुली चुनौती देना) The Russian boxer threw down the gauntlet to all the boxers of the world. ....

TO BEAR Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. Bear down : (crush दबा देना) He will bear down all opposition. 2. Bear away (off) : (carry off प्राप्त करना) He bore away (off) the prize at last. 3. Bear out : (confirm; support सिद्ध करना) This eviden....

TAKE Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. To take after : (to resemble शकल का मिलना) The girl has took after her mother. 2. To be taken aback : (to be surprised हैरान रह जाना) I was taken aback when I heard the news of his failure in the examination. 3. To take leave of a person : (to bid farewell विदाई ....

CARRY Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. Carry on : (manage (कार्यभार) संभालना) In the absence of the headmaster the deputy carried on the work. 2. Carry out : (execute (के अनुसार) कार्य करना) I shall gladly carry out your instructions. 3. Carry the day : (to be successful सफल होन....

CUT Related phrasal verbs in English with examples

1. Cut down : (reduce कम करना) Prices have risen, we must cut down our expenses. 2. Cut in : (interrupt बात काटना) While he was speaking, Sardul kept cutting in. 3. Cut off : (die मरना) Keats was cut off in the prime of lif....

LOOK Related phrasal verbs in English with examples through Hindi

1. To look after : (to take care of देखभाल करना) You must look after his children in his absence. 2. To look down on or upon : (to treat with indifference or contempt घृणा करना) (a) He is so proud of his promotion that he looks down upon all his former friends. (b) The rich should n....
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