Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Phasal"

Example sentences using "Phasal"

Q: Please show me example sentences with phasal verbs .
A: grow + up
>> The children are growing up.
Often this gives the verb a new meaning:

take + after
>> She takes after her mother
= She looks like her mother, or She behaves like her mother.
count + on
>> I know I can count on you
= I know I can trust you, or I know I can believe you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with phasal verb up.
A: The balloon went up
I click bed up the hill
I decided it was time to get up.
I wore my hair up.
It needed to free up some time so I didn't watch TV.
Q: Please show me example sentences with phasal verbs.
A: (I think you may have meant phrasal verbs. Please correct me if I'm wrong.)
"I'm not quite sure. I'll see to it."
"The people of this country often frown upon that."
"He looks down upon people quite often"
"She wants to call off the wedding, poor girl."
"Calm down! They already called on you!"
"We're checking out of the hotel at 9:00 PM tomorrow. I would say we still have time for the convention."
"Henry came down with the flu yesterday. Would you mind buying him some broth?"
"I would like to ask you all to come forward and donate what you may."
"I hope you don't mind me cutting in, but I really have to clarify something."
"We should do away with all of these old items."

Other questions about "Phasal"

Q: tell me , what phasal verbs are used more often in this list ? and maybe some of them are not used in current life..?
A: I've heard everything except "snowed under" used in everyday life. I've never heard that phrase. Everything else on the list is commonly used.

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