Complete the sentences with a suitable pronoun and the word in brackets. For example, (over) Before sending the email I should read _____. ➝ Before sending the email I should read it over.
(out) This electric scooter is a fast one! Would you like to try ?
If the phrasal verb is transitive, we can put the object before or after the particle.
Can you turn the lights off?
Can you turn off the lights?
But if the object is a pronoun (me, you, him etc.), we always put it directly after the verb.
He never lets them down. WRONG lets down them.
Pick me up at seven, please! WRONG pick up me