to sign up for sth

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to sign up for sth

by | Last updated May 30, 2019 | Phrasal verbs | 2 comments

This sentence contains the English phrasal verb 'to sign up for sth'. Do you know this phrasal verb? How much of the sentence can you understand?

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Language: B1 (Intermediate)  //  Accent: North American

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This sentence contains the English phrasal verb 'to sign up for sth'. Do you know this phrasal verb? How much of the sentence can you understand?

 

Listen as many times as you need to, then check your understanding and practise using the new language.

 

If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

 

Language: B1 (Intermediate)  //  Accent: North American

 

Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash

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to sign up for sth

To sign up for something means to decide to join or participate in something (usually in an official way, e.g. by registering). e.g. I've decided to sign up for the gym - it's time I did some exercise.

We can add an additional object (to sign sb up for sth) if want to describe registering someone else for something. e.g. I've signed you up for dancing classes.

We can also use the structure 'to sign up to do something' when you want to describe formally agreeing/registering to do something. e.g. I've signed up to show new students around the university, so I'm going to be very busy next week.

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