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Could you give me some more examples of "bring off"? I included other examples of phrasal verbs. I also need to write the evacuation rules. Could you please help me?


1) I'm letting you off this time, but you must promise you'll never take any money from my wallet again.
2) The teacher let me off with a warning.
She didn't reprimand me in the class register (??).
3) The headmaster let him off lightly it was the first time time that they had broken the school rules.
If I do the shopping, will I be let off taking the cat to the vet?
4) I'll let you off today. I'll let you finish work before the usual time.
5) Damp days bring on my cough. (They cause my cough)
6) In the end he got off becauase there wasn't enough evidence against him.
He is a brilliant lawyer. He always manages to get his clients off. (How can I rephrase it?)
7) In case of an evacuation the bell rings twice. The first time it produces two short sounds. You keep calm and have the pupils go under the desks.
You see if there is the caretaker in the corridor and inform (yourself) what you should do.
8) If you hear two short sounds followed by a long sound you need to evacuate the building following the arranged track (I don't know the English terms you use in case of an evacuation, can you please help me??)

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    Could you give me some more examples of "bring off"?
    There's a VERY good example of the use of "bring off" here: http://www.eslcafe.com/pv/pv-b.html
    Definition here, but no example: http://www.englishclub.com/ref/Phrasal_Verbs/B/


    I included other examples of phrasal verbs. I also need to write the evacuation rules. Could you please help me?


    1) I'm letting you off this time, but you must promise you'll never take any money from my wallet again. OK

    2) The teacher let me off with a warning.
    She didn't reprimand me in the class register (??). OK

    3) The headmaster let him off lightly since it was the first time time that he had broken the school rules. (see the changes I made?

    If I do the shopping, will I get out of taking the cat to the vet?
    See "let off" here: http://www.englishclub.com/ref/Phrasal_Verbs/L/

    4) I'll let you off today. I'll let you finish work before the usual time. OK, but it'd be more accurate if you include "early" after "off".

    5) Damp days bring on my cough. (They cause my cough) OK

    6) In the end he got off because there wasn't enough evidence against him.
    He is a brilliant lawyer. His clients are always found not guilty. (or ... always get off.)

    7) In case an evacuation is necessary, the bell rings twice. The first time, it produces two short sounds. You must keep calm and have the pupils go under the desks.

    You see if there is a caretaker in the corridor and inform him what he should do. You should already have informed yourself ahead of time.

    8) If you hear two short sounds followed by a long sound, you need to evacuate the building following the published route. [An evacuation plan is usually posted on every wall in a building, with the route to take from that room marked by dotted or red lines and arrows. (Broken Link Removed)

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