Phrasal Verb HANG
The phrasal verb hang has many uses. Study the list below and then do the exercise
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HANG ABOUT = loiter
I hate going to that store. There are always teens hanging about outside the
HANG AROUND = stay in one place or area
The lions will hang around this area as long as there is food.
HANG BACK = remain; not move forward
In every group of tourists there are always a few who hang back.
HANG IN THERE = not to give up; persevere
Hang in there! Tomorrow things will be better. You'll see.
HANG ON = A. wait B. hold tightly
A. Will you please hang on? What seems to be the rush?
B. Hang on! I'll get a rope to pull you up.
HANG ONTO = keep, preserve
Do you want to hang onto these baby pictures of yours?
HANG OUT = spend time together socially
Let's hang out this weekend if you're not doing anything.
HANG TOGETHER = stay unified and undivided
Benjamin Franklin said; "We must all hang together, gentlemen... else, we shall most
assuredly hang separately."
HANG UP = A. end a phone call B. put something (clothing, picture etc.) on a hanger or
A. I'll call you later. My mother told me I've got to hang up the phone
B. You need to hang up your shirts now that the ironing is done.
HANG UP ON = end a phone call (rudely)
I can't believe it. They just hung up on me!
HANG WITH = spend time with
Where were you? I was just hanging with some friends at the Mall.
Phrasal Verb HANG exercise
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