Flashcards in 141. Phrasal verbs 5 on/off (2) Deck (19):
Shall we stop at this petrol station or shall we drive on to the next one?
The party went on until4 o'clock in the morning.
We can't go on spending money like this. We'll have nothing left soon.
I don't want to carry on working here. I'm going to look for another job
Don't let me disturb you. Please carry on with what you're doing.
He keeps on criticising me. I'm fed up with it!
How are you getting on in your new job? (=How is it going?)
Joanne and Karen don't get on. They're always arguing..
Richard gets on well with his neighbours. They're all very friendly.
I must get on with my work. I have a lot to do.
The lecture wasn't very interesting. In fact I dozed off in the middle of it.
A: Have you finished painting the kitchen?
s: Nearly. I'll finish it off tomorrow.
A bomb went off in the city centre, but fortunately nobody was hurt.
Did you hear the alarm go off?
We wanted to go to the exhibition, but we were put off by the long queue.
What put you off applying for the job? Was the salary too low?
Did you really pay �2,000 for that painting? I think you were ripped off. (=you paid too much)
Look at that boy on the bike riding with no hands. He's just showing off.