Welcome to an exciting journey of Phrasal Verbs! In this lesson, we'll explore various Phrasal Verbs and their meanings. From "Fill in" to "Fill up," we'll delve into the versatility of these expressions. Mastering Phrasal Verbs will expand your language skills and enhance your ability to communicate effectively. Get ready to unlock the power of these linguistic tools!
Fill in(to fill; to replace material that is absent or has been removed):
Fill in(to inform somebody, especially to supply someone missing or missed information):
Fill in(to substitute for somebody or something):
Fill in(to beat up; to physically assault):
Fill out(to complete a form or questionnaire with requested information):
Fill out(to have one's physique expand with maturity or with surplus weight):
Fill up(to fill the tank of a vehicle with fuel):
Fill up(to annoy or displease by taunting or by excessive nagging):
Fill up(to satisfy someone's hunger):
Now it's your turn to practice using these Phrasal Verbs in sentences. Share your examples in the comments below and embrace the opportunity to enhance your language skills. Keep up the great work!