to drop sb/sth off

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to drop sb/sth off

by | Last updated May 21, 2019 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

This sentence contains the English phrasal verb 'to drop sb off'. 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: B2 (Upper-Intermediate)  //  Accent: Ireland

Photo by Darwin Vegher on Unsplash

This sentence contains the English phrasal verb 'to drop sb off'. 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: B2 (Upper-Intermediate)  //  Accent: Ireland

 

Photo by Darwin Vegher on Unsplash

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I the children school 9, so I'll you 9.30.
I have drop the children at school at 9, so I'll with you at 9.30.

About the sentence

to drop sb/sth off

to drop somebody/something off = to take somebody/something to a place and leave them there.

It is quite useful to learn this phrasal verb together with to pick somebody/something up, which has the opposite meaning. e.g. Do you want to pick up the pizza or shall we drop it off?


Is there any chance you could + verb is a very useful structure to politely ask someone to do you a favour. e.g. Is there any chance you could check my homework for me?

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  • Have you ever been dropped off in the wrong place?

  • When was the last time you dropped someone off?

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When I have to go to a new place I usually search on google maps and then go there, but I remember one time that I was so late and just ran and took the first taxi that I saw and he drops me off at the other side of the city, I had to walk for at least 1 hour.
A few days ago I dropped my boyfriend at work.

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