Sam is going to _______ up yoga next week, he needs to relax.
TAKE UP - empezar una nueva actividad / afición
My car broke _______ yesterday so I couldn't get to work on time.
I ran _____ of sugar so I couldn' bake the cake for Kim.
RUN OUT OF - quedarse sin algo, normalmente ingredientes o gasolina
The doctor advised him to give _______ smoking right away.
GIVE UP - dejar de hacer algo, parar
I should _____ rid of my old clothes but I can't!
GET RID OF - Deshacerse de algo
Real fooders recommend cutting _______ on sugary drinks.
CUT DOWN (ON) - Reducir
I came ____ with a brilliant idea to save the company.
COME UP WITH - Tener una idea, encontrar una solución.
I am _______________ forward to visiting you soon.
LOOK FORWARD TO (+ing) - tener muchas ganas de algo.
It was hard to ________ up with the teacher as the level was too high for me.
KEEP UP WITH - Seguirle el ritmo a algo/alguien.
I ran _______ Sandra purely by chance last week.
RUN INTO - Encontrarse por casualidad.
I really _______ up to Taylor because she is professional, creative and kind.
LOOK UP TO - Admirar
My cousin _____ up his business in a small town near Bristol.
SET UP- establecer, empezar una empresa.
They are always together, they must get _______ really well.
GET ON - Llevarse bien.
Don't let me _____ and finish your part of the project.
LET (someone) DOWN- Decepcionar.
Jordan works _____ at home every evening, he's really fit.
WORK OUT- Hacer ejercicio.