PHRASAL VERBS On 5

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Donal said, we used to ship stock on credit, but after not being paid a few times we now "insist on" payment in advance from most customers. --------------- (insist on/upon) something.
empezar lección
insistir en, sobre. to say that you must have something.

Ivanka Trump "insists upon" fresh fruit every morning. --------------- (insist on/upon) something.
empezar lección
insistir en, sobre. to say that you must have something.

Jessica Knode is been in her job for nearly ten years and she thinks it’s time to "move on" and do something new. --------------- move on.
empezar lección
seguir adelante, continuar. to start doing a new activity. (see also: go on).

Donal said, this topic’s been covered so let’s "move on" to the next item on the agenda. --------------- move on.
empezar lección
seguir adelante, continuar. to start doing a new activity. (see also: go on).

Donal hadn’t "figured on" economic problems causing his business to fail, so now he doesn’t know what to do. --------------- figure on.
empezar lección
Calcular que, anticipar que, suponer que. to expect that something will happen and to include it in your plans.

The Oviedo family they "figured on" about 200 people coming to the party. --------------- figure on.
empezar lección
Calcular que, anticipar que, suponer que. to expect that something will happen and to include it in your plans.

Hey, Hilary, how’re you "getting on" with the other people in the office?. Have you had any problems with anyone?. --------------- get on.
empezar lección
llevarse bien. if two or more people get on, they like each other and are friendly to each other. (see also: get along).

Becky and Ellen seem to be "getting on" much better these days. --------------- get on.
empezar lección
llevarse bien. if two or more people get on, they like each other and are friendly to each other. (see also: get along).

James Rodriguez helped an old lady "get on" the bus today. He’s a real gentleman. --------------- (get on) something.
empezar lección
Subirse a un automobil, avion, etc. to go into a bus, train, aircraft, or boat. (see also: get onto).

I "got on" the wrong bus and ended up horribly lost. --------------- (get on) something.
empezar lección
Subirse a un automobil, avion, etc. to go into a bus, train, aircraft, or boat. (see also: get onto).

It’s really cold outside Emigdio. Have you "got your thick socks and your extrawarm underwear on"?. --------------- get something on.
empezar lección
Ponerse algo. to put a piece of clothing onto your body. (see also: put on).

"Get your coat on" Quito if you're going outside, it's cold. --------------- get something on.
empezar lección
Ponerse algo. to put a piece of clothing onto your body. (see also: put on).

Hilary's father was very pleased when she "got onto" the Board of Directors. --------------- (get onto) something.
empezar lección
Salir elegido, ser elegido. Be elected, appointed. (see also: get on).

What do I need to do to "get my friend Luis Gutierrez onto" the planning committee?. --------------- (GET ONTO) someone/something.
empezar lección
Elegir, nominar. Be elected, appointed. (see also: get on).

I think we’ve probably covered that topic said Jane. Does anyone want to add anything before we "get onto" the next item on the agenda?. --------------- (get onto/get on to) something.
empezar lección
Empezar a hablar de un tema. to start talking about a subject. (see also: move on (to).

Mike Mastruani said, Ok guys, let’s "get on to" the next item on our agenda. --------------- (get onto/get on to) something...
empezar lección
Empezar a hablar de un tema. to start talking about a subject. (see also: move on (to).

Their boss came into the office and said, "get on with" your work! I don’t pay you to sit around chatting on your phones all day!. --------------- (get on with) something.
empezar lección
Continuar con, seguir con. Continue doing something. (see also: get down to).

Teacher Melany asked the pupils to "get on with" some work quietly as she had to leave the classroom. --------------- (get on with) something.
empezar lección
Continuar con, seguir con. Continue doing something. (see also: get down to).

Kaz didn’t really like Prince Roy’s music at first, but it’s "grown on" her and she loves it now and listens to it all the time. --------------- (grow on) somebody.
empezar lección
empezar a gustar. Like something that you didn't like at first.

The painting has "grown on" me said Quito; I used to hate it. --------------- (grow on) somebody
empezar lección
empezar a gustar. Like something that you didn't like at first. Like something that you didn't like at first.


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