Phrasal Verbs:

webmaster_fleches029d.gifbring about: cause to happen.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifgo on: keep on: carry on: continue.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifappeal to: become attracted to.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifbreak down: stop functioning.  
webmaster_fleches029d.gifput up with: bear, tolerate.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifgive off: send off: emit.
webmaster_fleches029d.giffigure out: find a solution.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifuse up: use all of sth; exhaust.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifpick out: choose.
webmaster_fleches029d.giffigure out: find a solution.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifmake up: to say or write something that is not true. (يختلق)
webmaster_fleches029d.gifhand out: distribute ≠ hand in: submit.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifput out (fire): extinguish.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifrely on: depend on.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifdo up: to repair or decorate a building so that it looks attractive.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifdo sth up: wrap sth in paper.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifback sth up: to make an extra copy of computer information.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifback someone/sth up: to provide support or help to someone or something.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifbreak into: enter by force.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifeat up sth: to use something so that little or nothing is left.
webmaster_fleches029d.gifput on: wear clothes; dress uptake off= undress.
webmaster_fleches029d.giftake off (plane): leave the ground≠ land.

 Conditional types 0 & 1:

 Conditional type 0: used to express scientific facts or general facts: If+simple present+simple present

webmaster-mini-puces-00022.gif If water reaches 0 degree Celsius, it freezes.
webmaster-mini-puces-00022.gif If you open a school, you close a prison. (Victor Hugo's “He Who Opens A School Door, Closes A Prison”.
webmaster-mini-puces-00022.gif If you heat ice, it melts.
 Conditional type 1: used to talk about possible future events and their likely results: If+simple present+ future simple 

webmaster-mini-puces-00022.gif If it is fine next weekend, we will go on a picnic.
webmaster-mini-puces-00022.gif If he doesn't hurry, he will miss the train.

N.B.:Notice here, when we use if...not, we can replace it with unless followed by a positive verb: unless= if...not.
webmaster-mini-puces-00022.gif Unless he hurries, he will miss the train.
webmaster-mini-puces-00022.gif Unless he studies hard, he will fail his exams.

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