Today I’d like to teach you some phrasal verbs with RUN, so, grab your notebook and let’s get started?
- Run after: to chase or pursue
- Run around: to run around an area
- Run away: to run away from somebody who is chasing you, or in the opposite direction from something.
- Run for: try to be elected to a political or leadership position.
- Run into someone: Meet someone unexpectedly.
- Run into a problem: Encounter a problem.
- Run off: to make photocopies.
- Run off with (someone): When a married person abandons their husband or wife and stays together with a new lover.
- Run on: Be powered by
- Run out of: have none left
- Run over: to hit with a vehicle (car, train, truck)
- Run through: explain quickly
- Run up: run to somebody or something
- Run with: spend time with people (normally bad)
I hope you have enjoyed! Now it’s time to practice!