Contoh Phrasal Verb (Transitive, Inseparable)

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Contoh Phrasal Verb (Transitive, Inseparable)

Berikut contoh inseparable phrasal verb beserta makna dan contoh kalimatnya.

  1. break into (interrupt ~ mengganggu)

    No one can break into their friendship.
    (Tak seorangpun dapat menggangu persahabatan mereka.)

  2. call for (require ~ butuh)

    Hysterectomy is one of the diagnoses that call for a second opinion.
    (Histerektomi merupakan satu dari diagnosis yang mebutuhkan pendapat kedua.)

  3. call on (visit ~ mengunjungi)

    I will call on my grandmother tomorrow morning.
    (Aku akan mengunjungi nenekku besok pagi.)

  4. come across, come by (meet/find by chance ~ bertemu atau menemukan secara kebetulan)

    She came across a photo from her childhood.
    (Dia menemukan foto dari masa kecilnya.)

  5. count on (rely on ~ mengandalkan)

    Can we count on him?
    (Dapatkah kita mengandalkan dia?)

  6. get around (avoid~ menghindari)

    I have no idea how to get around the fierce dog.
    (Saya tidak ada ide bagaimana mengindari anjing galak tsb.)

  7. get in (enter ~ masuk)

    He got in the car to test drive it.
    (Dia masuk ke dalam mobil untuk mengetes drive-nya.)

  8. get over (recover from ~ pulih dari)

    He has got over the divorce.
    (Dia telah pulih dari perceraian.)

  9. go over (review ~ meninjau kembali)

    The manager went over the report twice before the meeting.
    (Manager tsb mengecek laporan dua kali sebelum pertemuan.)

  10. keep at (persevere ~ (bertahan) in an action)

    Keep at it, then you’ll see the results!
    (Bertahan dengan itu lalu kamu akan melihat hasilnya!)

  1. look after (take care of ~ merawat)

    If you can look after yourself, you’ll be able to look after anyone else.
    (Jika kamu dapat merawat dirimu sendiri, kamu akan dapat merawat orang lain.)

  2. look into (investigate ~ menyelidiki)

    The sheriff has looked into the murder case.
    (Sheriff tersebut telah menyelidiki kasus pembunuhan tsb.)

  3. pick on (tease, bully ~ mengganggu)

    They never picked on me at school.
    (Mereka tidak pernah menggangguku di sekolah.)

  4. run across (find by chance ~ menemukan secara kebetulan)

    I was so glad to run across the book in the library.
    (Aku sangat senang tidak sengaja menemukan buku tsb di perpustakaan.)

  5. run into (meet by chance ~ bertemu secara kebetulan)

    She ran into my brother at the store last night.
    (Dia tak sengaja bertemu kakaknya di toko semalam.)

  6. see to (arrange, supervise ~ mengatur, mengawasi)

    The teacher is seeing to the examination.
    (Guru tsb sedang mengawasi ujian.)

  7. take after (resemble ~ menyerupai)

    I think that Andra takes after his father.
    (Aku pikir Andra mirip ayahnya.)

  8. turn into (become ~ menjadi)

    She wants to turn into a millionaire in about 5 years.
    (Dia ingin menjadi seorang milioner dalam 5 tahun kedepan.)

  9. wait on (serve ~ melayani)

    I couldn’t believe that the woman expected me to wait on them.
    (Aku tidak dapat percaya bahwa wanita itu mengharapkanku melayaninya.)

Catatan

Sebagian phrasal verb mempunyai lebih dari satu arti (makna sebenarnya maupun idiom). Untuk informasi lebih lanjut kamu dapat mengecek frasa tersebut di kamus.

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Table of Contents:

  1. Phrasal Verb (Introduction)
  2. Separable Transitive Phrasal Verb
  3. Inseparable Transitive Phrasal Verb
  4. Intransitive Phrasal Verb
  5. Three Word Phrasal Verb

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References:

  1. Phrasal Verbs as Idioms. http://www.uhv.edu/ac/efl/phrasalverbs.aspx. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  2. Transitive, Inseparable. http://www.uhv.edu/ac/efl/phrasalverbstransitiveinsep.aspx. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  3. Common Phrasal Verbs. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/phrasals.htm. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  4. Overview of Two Part (Phrasal) Verbs (Idioms). http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/owlprint/630/. Accessed on September 19, 2012.
  5. Keep. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/keep+at. Accessed on March 1, 2014.

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