Pick up What are going to learn? .Definition .Example .exercise
Pick up definition 1.Lift sth up e.g. He went down to pick up his hat on the floor. 2.To get up from the ground after a fall e.g. Jack picked herself up and dusted herself off.
Pick up 3.to stop and let someone get into your car e.g. She’ll pick up her sister to airport tomorrow. 4. Get better if a medicine, drink etc picks you up, it makes your feel better. 5.Tidy sth e.g. pick up your room before you go out,please
Pick up 6.To get or buy something e.g. She picked up some food in Walmart. 7. To get an illness e.g. I picked up virus while I was in England.
Pick up 8.Gain or regain energy e.g. I picked up after a nap. 9.To learn something by listening to or watching other people. e.g. I picked up a few words of French while I was in France.
Pick up 10.Take into custody. if police pick someone up, they arrest them or ask them question.
Pick up • The phone rang and I picked it up. a. get better b. lift something up c. To get or buy something d. To learn something by listening to or watching other people
Pick up 2. He is beginning to pick up after the operation. a. To get or buy something b. To get an illness c. get better d. Gain or regain energy
Pick up 3. Jennifer had made some effort to pick up the apartment. a. Gain or regain energy b. To get an illness c. Take into custody d. Tidy something
Pick up 4. She picked up the children at the day care centre. a. Lift something up b. to stop and let someone get into your car c. to get up from the ground after a fall d. Lift sth up
Pick up 5. The police picked up the thief after he stolen a car. a. take into custody b. to get up from the ground after a fall c. Lift sth up d. Gain or regain energy
Pick up 6. They have picked up a really nasty infection from something they’ve eaten a. To get up from the ground after a fall b. To get an illness c. Gain or regain energy d. To learn something by listening to or watching other people