Phrasal verb SAVE UP

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    SAVE UP

    To save up something (or save something up) is to keep money so that you have enough to buy something in the future.

    Examples of use:

    1. We are saving up for a house.
    2. You will have to save up if you want to buy that expensive car.
    3. He saved up for a year for a new motorbike.
    4. She saved her allowance up to buy a ticket to see her favourite band.

     

    infinitivesave up
    present simplesave up and saves up
    -ing formsaving up
    past simplesaved up
    past participlesaved up

     

     

    Practise your English and write a sentence using this phrasal verb. Think of a suitable response to this statement using the phrasal verb save up.

    6. I would love to buy a new car but I can’t afford it.

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