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Phrasal Verb – Carry On

Monday, March 26, 2012 @ 12:03 PM
posted by Jo

Carry On

The phrasal verb ‘carry on’ means to continue with something.

Example: Don’t give up now, you must carry on with your plans to open a new business.

Carry on to the end of the road and then turn right.

Carry on quietly with your work until the teacher arrives.

The phrasal verb ‘carry on’ has another meaning which is ‘to behave badly’.

Example: The children have been carrying on all morning and driving me mad.


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