April 16, 2014

Phrasal Verb: hurry up

When you hurry up you do something more quickly.

Examples of use:

1. Can you hurry up and put your coat on, please? We have to leave now or we'll miss the bus.

2. It's nearly time for bed so hurry up and finish your homework.

3. Hurry up. Our taxi is here.


infinitive
hurry up
present simple
hurry up and hurries up
-ing form
hurrying up
past simple
hurried up
past participle
hurried up


Can you write a sentence with the phrasal verb 'hurry up'?


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