UNIT 7 DISAGREEING & AGREEING
UNIT 8 REVIEW OF UNITS 5 to 7
UNIT 9 TRAVELING
UNIT 10
UNIT 11
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Unit 11 Review

Term/ExpressionMeaning
to calm down to become quiet or calm
to chew outto reprimand; scold
to look intoto inquire into; investigate; research
to mouth offto speak rudely/inappropriately; talk back
to save upto accumulate/keep money for future use
to take out onto abuse (someone) in venting one’s own anger.
to tell offto rebuke severely; reprimand; insult
to think overto ponder or consider
to flip outto go mad or crazy
to try outto test (something), esp. to find out how good it is
Phrasal verbMeaning
to shut downto close
to pan outto have a successful result
to make upto complete something later because of a lack of time
to talk intoto convince someone to do something
to get back to to respond to someone after a delay
to focus onto pay a lot of attention
to chalk up toto say something is caused by something else
to work outto find a solution
to wear outto no longer work well because of age or use
to tune upto make small adjustments inorder to improve performance