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I left out these sentences. Thank you.


1) If he wore a tuxedo and a pair of slide-on shoes, he would be more suitably dressed.
2) I need to give an example for the following phrasal verbs:
Keep up: continue
gear up for: get ready
chase away
screw up
melt away

Could you please help me?

  • English -

    1. OK

    2. first two are fine.

    chase away = chase

    screw up = make a huge mistake

    melt away = melt

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