英会話ブログ その513      Phrasal Verbs used in Sports (1)

2014/11/09

Phrasal verbs are phrases that include a verb and another element, such as a preposition.

For example, "to jump up", or "to write down".  These verbs can be confusing for learners of English because Japanese learners often think that the two parts of the phrasal verb are separate and not related.

It is therefore important to memorize phrasal verbs in order to avoid confusion in the future.

This first list of phrasal verbs deals with sports:

-To work out-
This literally means to exercise.  It is similar to the verb "to exercise", however working out is usually connected with going to the gym.  It is also sometimes a noun, and when it is a noun it is one long word: workout.
                         (J.F)


英会話表現&英単語 
phrasal verb                  (文法)句動詞、熟語
preposition                    前置詞
separate and not related       別々で関連していない
therefore                      それ故に
avoid confusion                混乱を避ける
work out                       トレーニングする

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