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Phrasal Verb

June 10, 2014

Raulan Khalida

4SA03

15610680

1. Bobbed up
Each time my head bobbed up, I looked at that name. ( page 5, line 7 )
“Bobbed up” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “bobbed up” is“menengok”

2. Came back
One day, however I ate the fire, and the fire came back, and it at me. ( page 3,line 18 )
“Came back” is idiomatic pharasal verb.
The meaning of “came back” is “ menyambar “

3. Dig it out
It is there in the oldest layer of my memory, and I cannot dig it out. ( page 1, line 8 )
“Dig it out” is an idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “dig it out” is “mengingatnya”.

4. Dripped out
Instantly , my feet were stabbed with an inciess that ran up my legs, through my body, and dripped out my nose. ( page 4, line 4 ).
“Dripped out” is an literal phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Dripped out” is “menetes”

5. Fallen out
Where the gums had burned, the teeth had fallen out. ( page 3, line 2 ).
“Fallen out “ is an idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Fallen out” is “terlepas dari gusi”

6. Falling out
The day before, she told me she had stared at an unlucky star falling out of the sky and then it dropped into her open mouth and burned her face. ( page 3, line 23 )
“Falling out” is an literal phrasal verb.
The meaning of “falling out” is “jatuh”

7. Get up
She huffed, set the paper on the low cupboard, and mentioned that i sholud get up. ( page 1, line 21 ).
“Get up” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Get up” is “beranjak”

8. Grew up
Hand-talk, face-talk, and chalk-talk were the languages I grew up , soundless and strong. ( page 2, line 15 )
“Grew up” is literal phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Grew up” is “ dibesarkan”

9. Holding it up
‘you wear this, ‘I demanded , holding it up”. ( page 2, line 19 )
“Holding it up” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Holding it up” is “menggenggam”

10. Leaked out
‘I’m cold, I whimpered, and tears leaked out. ( page 4, line 27 ).
“Leaked out” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Leaked out” is “menetes”

11. Leap out
‘Ai-ya, seeing her, even a demon would leap out of his skin. ( page 2, line 33 )
“Leap out” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Leap out” is “mengelupas”

12. Made up
I laughed and clapped my hands, liking this made up story best. ( page 3, line 21 )
“Made up” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “made up” is “berganti”

13. Poke out
Stop that, Doggie she gently scolded, or the tears will freeze into icicles and poke out your eyes. ( page 4, line 24 )
“Poke out” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “poke out” is “jatuh”

14. Pulled off
She pulled off her scraft and pointed to her face and bunched her brows. ( page 2, line 22 ).
“Pulled off” is literal phrasal verb.
The meaning of “pulled off” is “melepas”

15. Ran up
Instantly, my feet were stabbed with an iciness that ran up my legs, through my body, and dripped out my nose. ( page 4, line 4 )
“ran up” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Ran up” is “merambat”

16. Sat down
Precious auntie sat down on a stool and drew me to her lap. ( page 4, line 28 )
“Sat down” is literal phrasal verb.
The meaning of “sat down” is “duduk”

17. Stuck out
She wet down any strands that stuck out like spider legs. ( page 2, line 3 )
“Stuck out” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “stuck out” is “terurai’

18. Take off
Take off your shoes. ( page 4, line 2 )
“Take off” is idiomatic phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Take off” is “Lepaskan”

19. Took out
I took out a pretty comb, ivory with a rooster carved at each end. ( page 2, line 17 )
“Took out” is literal phrasal verb.
The meaning of “Took out” is “mengambil”

 

20. Wet down
She wet down any strands that stuck out like spider legs. ( page 2, line 3 )
“Wet down” is literal phrasal verb.
The meaning of “wet down” is “membasahi”

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