Learn the meaning of English phrasal verb: Hand In. This phrasal verb means to submit something like an assignment.
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Phrasal Verb Lesson: Hand In
Alternative: To submit something (like an assignment)
- The teacher told his students they had to hand in the assignment first thing tomorrow.
- The teacher told his students they had to submit the assignment first thing tomorrow.
- I think it’s a good idea to hand in your resume to as many people as you can if you want to get a job.
- I think it’s a good idea to submit your resume to as many people as you can if you want to get a job.
Additional examples where this phrasal verb is used:
- You have to hand in your report by Monday
- You have to submit your report by Monday
- Assignments that are not handed in on time will not be accepted.
- Assignments that are not submitted on time will not be accepted.
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