We can use the English phrasal verb ‘Catch Up’ in several different ways including when we want to talk about exchanging information to stay current with recent events. Look at some of our examples we have made for you to practice and understand the right way it is used in English speaking.
Phrasal Verb: Catch Up
Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Catch Up #1
Alternative Meaning: To exchange information to stay current with recent events Example 1:
- I’m meeting Mona to catch up because I haven’t seen her for a couple months.
- I’m meeting Mona to talk about what’s new with her because I haven’t seen her for a couple of months.
- Every morning we read the newspaper to stay caught up with the news.
- Every morning we read the newspaper so we can be current with recent events.
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