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English 5 dlp 30 using two-word verbs

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English 5 dlp 30 using two-word verbs

  1. 1. English 5Module 30 Using Two-Word Verbs A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development
  2. 2. To the Learner Dear Learner, Hello! How are you? In your previous module, you have learned about the different tenses of verbs. Can you enumerate them? Very good! Today we are going to learn more about verbs. Sometimes a verb may be two words or compound. Get ready to find out what make up these two-word verbs and how they are used. This module will teach you how to use two-word verbs in sentences. 46 Let’s Try This Let’s Learn This Choose the correct answer to complete the sentences meaningfully. Write your answers on a piece of paper. An example is done for you. turn-up a) Please (turn-on, turn-up) the volume of the radio. ___________ 1.) Don’t (give out, give up) when you fail once. ___________ 2.) How do you (go about, go up) making salad?
  3. 3. ___________ 3.) The temperature reading (points to, points out) a warm day. ___________ 4.) You (get out, get in) the room through the window. ___________ 5.) (Keep up, Keep out) your good work. Well, were you able to write the correct two-word verbs? It’s alright learner. You will learn more about two-word verbs in this module. Let’s Study this Read the conversation below. Take note of the underlined words. Dindo: Let’s hurry up. The meeting of the staffers starts at exactly three o’clock. Celso: We had better slow down or slip. Dindo: Ben turns on the loud speaker now. Don’t you hear it? Celso: Yes, I do. I hope he turns it off. Here we are. Dindo: Agnes, are we in the attendance record? Agnes: Look up the list. Find your names and sign up. Celso: Thanks a lot. Source: English for All Times 5 1. Who are going to attend the meeting? 2. Why did Dindo tell Celso to hurry up? 3. Do you also come to meetings promptly? 4. Why is it good to be punctual always? 47
  4. 4. 48 - What are the underlined words in the paragraph? hurry up turns off slow down look up turns on sign up - What do we call these words? o These words are called two-word verbs. - How are these verbs formed? A two-word verb is formed by putting together a simple or main verb and one or more number of participles, like prepositions. It looks like a phrase but as a phrase, it functions as one word. Therefore, it is taken as a single unit. Here are some more two-word verbs and their meanings. Study them. Put on means to wear. Put on your sweater. It’s getting cold. Put off means to cancel or postpone. Father put off his trip to Zamboanga due to bad weather. Get on means to board or ride in/on. Please get on the plane forty five minutes before take off. Get off means to alight. To get to the airport, take a bus and get off at the town market. Take a jeepney straight to the airport entrance. Look up means to give due respect; to find or search. I look up to my elder sister as my mother. Can you list down more of these two-word verbs? Find their meanings, too and use them in your own sentences.
  5. 5. Let’s Do This A. Go over the following advertisements. Find two-word verbs. Put on a pair of PINOY rubber shoes! 49 Styled and made in Marikina, Philippines, this pair of shoes turns you on to Channel Sports. Buy a pair now! Look it up in the stalls of your nearest town. People around the world look up to PINOY – a product of Filipino ingenuity. Listen to PINOY and come up with the latest news in the community, country and around the world.
  6. 6. B. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate two-word verbs given. 1.) put on – put off a. Let us __________ the interview with Manny Pacquiao. He is not free on Monday. b. Please __________ your best attitude to get good grades. 2.) look up – look for – look down a. Let us respect the right of the poor. Let us not ___________ at their way of living. b. _______________ any newspaper. Then, cut out its headline. 3.) turn on – turn off a. Grandfather has to __________ his portable radio for storm signal updates. Finished? Check your answers using the answer key. What’s your score? Great job! Let’s Do More Fill in the blanks with the appropriate two-word verbs that are found in the shirt. look for turn off look up get on turn on get off 50
  7. 7. 1.) The kid fell from the bus when he was about to ______________. 2.) _______________ the glossary and find the meanings of these two word verbs. 3.) Always _____________ the light before going to bed. 4.) Please _____________ the TV for some news. 5.) Can you ____________ Mrs. Santos? Her son would like to talk to her. Are you done? Check your answers using the answer key. What’s your score? Good work learner! Here’s a medal for you! Great! 51
  8. 8. What is a two-word verb? Remember: A two-word verb is formed by putting together a simple or main verb and one or a number of participles, like prepositions. It looks like a phrase but it functions as one word. Therefore, it is taken as a single unit. Example: 1. May writes down the minutes of the meeting. 2. I want you to come up with a solution tomorrow. 3. All the names and answers turn out null and void. Here are the meanings of the two-word verbs in the sentence above: write down – take notes come up – produce turn out – result in Notice what the two-word verbs are made up of. Main verbMain verb PrepositionPreposition write down come up turn out Let’s Remember This 52
  9. 9. Let’s Test Ourselves Study the two-word verbs and their meanings. Complete each sentence by using each of them. Make the necessary changes in the verb form, if necessary. two-word verb Meaning hand in submit get into enter agree on believe in the same idea turn out result in come in get inside 1. After discussing the matter, the club finally ____________ the date of the creative writing and journalism club fair. 2. Let’s have to ____________ a situation wherein nothing seems to be impossible. 3. The unhappy secretary _______________ her registration to her manager. 4. The surprise party ______________ to be riot. 5. Don’t _________________ yet because they are still having a meeting. What’s your score? Congratulations! You made it! If you got 4-5 correct answers, you get a . If not, do the activity in Let’s Enrich Ourselves. 53
  10. 10. 54 Look at the pictures below. Can you think of an appropriate two-word verb to describe the action in each picture? On a piece of paper write a sentence using the two-word verbs. The first one is done for you. Let’s Enrich Ourselves The farmer had to put on his hat because it’s raining. 1. 2. _____________________________________ _____________________________________
  11. 11. 55 3. _____________________________________ 4. _____________________________________
  12. 12. Let’s Try This Let’s Do This Answer Key 1. give up A. put on 2. go about look up 3. points to turns on 4. get in look up 5. Keep up turn on listen to come up Let’s Do More B. 1.) a. put off 1. get on b. put on 2. look up 2.) a. look down 3. turn off b. look for 4. turn on 3.) a. turn on 5. look for Let’s Test Ourselves 1. agreed on / agrees on 2. get into 3. handed in / hands in 4. turned out / turns out 5. come in Let’s Enrich Ourselves Possible Answers: 1.) Harold looked up the word in the dictionary before he used it in a sentence. 2.) The president of the company will get on/gets on the company plane. 3.) After plowing the field, the farmer decided to get off his carabao. 4.) Mother turned on the washing machine for the laundry. 56

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