|find out||/faɪnd aʊt/||
Oh dear! I've just found out that I've only got $10 in the bank.
|grow up||/ɡrəʊ ʌp/||
She grew up in Boston.
|get on||/ɡet ɒn/||
She and her sister have never really got on.
|set off||/set ɒf/||
|We set off for work at 7:30.|
|carry on||/ˈkæri ɒn/||
|Carry on quitely with your work until the teacher arrives!|
|turn up||/tɜːn ʌp/||
|What time did he turn up?|
|settle down||/ˈsetl daʊn/||
an cư lạc nghiệp
|When are you going to get married and settle down?|
Các bạn hãy đọc đoạn văn dưới đây để hiểu hơn về cách sử dụng của các cụm động từ trong bài học.
I recently read my grandfather's diaries, and I found out a lot of interesting things about his life. Apparently, he grew up in San Francisco. He and his parents didn't get on at all, and when he was 18 he decided to see America. He set off with very little money and traveled east. He carried on until he reached New York where he got a job washing dishes in a restaurant.
He felt in love with one of the waitresses, and one day he turned up at her flat with a bunch of roses and asked her to marry him. Surprisingly, she agreed, and he settled down with her in New York where they had 3 children.
Các bạn hãy nghe các mẩu hội thoại dưới đây để hiểu hơn về cách sử dụng của các cụm động từ trong bài học.
W: What have you heard about Dr John Mika?
M: After 8 years of living, he and his wife found out that they didn't get on well so they decided not to live together anymore.
W: Where are they now? What about their little daughter, Brian?
M: After that, he moved to Vietnam to work as a researcher for the center of Linguistics at the Institute of Social Sciences. She has grown up so he brought her to settle down there.
W: Hope that they like the weather and life in Vietnam!
W: Don't carry on wasting time for Scarlet, Richard. I am sure that she will never turn up. It's time to leave.
M: I will try calling her one more time before we really set off.
Các bạn hãy làm bài quiz sau đây để ôn tập cách sử dụng của các cụm động từ trong bài học.