delay you - I'm sorry to hold you up but you must sign these forms before you go in., delays - If there are no hold-ups, we should arrive by about seven o'clock., make them act more quickly - Jim, can you hurry the kids up. The coach is about to leave., go at the same speed as someone - Mum walks so fast. It's quite hard to keep up with her. , continued for too long - The meeting dragged on and everyone got irritable, continued longer than expected. - I'm sorry I'm late. My French lesson ran out, so I didn't leave school till 4:30 pm., went past - Three weeks passed by before I got a reply to my letter of complaint., will happen in the future - It's difficult to plan for the future. Nobody knows what lies ahead.,

Time moving - Phrasal verbs EFSS 2.0 L4




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