Important Phrasal Verbs-2
1. Come Around – Change one’s position or opinion (or) happen regularly.
Ex. – They weren’t concerned. It’s not like anybody came around and told them to leave
2. Come After – Follow, as a result, come after in time
Ex. – The investigation comes after a series of blast book place in Hyderabad.
3. Come into – Obtain something, especially accidently.
Ex. – Demonetisation will come into effect from 8th November.
4. Come into – Fall backwards or Fall down
Ex. – His country is at risk of falling back into civil war for the third time in five decades.
5. Fall upon – Attain, chance on, come across, light upon, strike etc.
Ex. – My despondent gaze felt upon a large artificial charismas tree.
6. Fall through – Fail utterly, collapse, be unsuccessful.
Ex. – The temperature on Friday night fell through the annual average temperature.
Go: -7. Go ahead – Proceed with a plan or action
Ex. – I went ahead and took over her restaurant for its renovation.
8. Go into – To examine or investigate, enter, get into
Ex. – CBI get into the outskirts to examine the murder case.
9. Go through – To read/study properly
Ex. – Please go through this chapter properly.
– I am going through a lot of pain these days