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Don’t pass up this opportunity to increase your vocabulary! In this lesson, we will look at common phrasal verbs using the verb “pass”. You will learn how to reply politely if you hear someone has “passed away”. You will also be prepared if someone says they will “pass by” your house soon. Do you know the difference between “pass out”, “pass over”, and “pass around”? Watch this lesson on useful English phrasal verbs to find out!


Hi. Welcome back to I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is phrasal verbs. Surprise, surprise. Today, we’re looking at the phrasal verbs used with “pass”. Okay? So once again, what is a phrasal verb? It’s a verb and a preposition that together can have the literal meaning of the two words, like what the two words actually mean, plus other meanings that are a little bit unexpected.

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We’re going to look at “pass up”. Sometimes it’s “pass up on” something. “Pass on”, “pass over”, “pass through”, “pass by”, “pass down”, “pass away”, “pass out”, “pass off”, “pass around”. Notice how when I have prepositions that begin with vowels, like A, O, O, etc., it sounds like one word. “Pass away”, “pass out”. Just make sure you understand it’s a verb and a preposition.

So, let’s start. “Pass up”. When you pass up on something, for example, or you pass up an opportunity, it means you let it go. You don’t grab it, you don’t catch it. An opportunity comes, and you pass up on it. It means you don’t really necessarily want to take part of it. For example, in a job. The company has an opening for a manager, and my friends or my colleagues say to me: “You should apply for this position.” And I… I’m not really in the mood right now, I want to do other things, so I pass up on that opportunity. Okay? So let it go. And of course, there’s the literal meaning. You are standing on a ladder, you are painting the ceiling, and you need a… Another paintbrush, so I grab one and I pass it up to you. Okay.

“Pass on” has a few meanings. One is a soft way to say die. So: -“Oh, how’s your grandfather?” -“Oh, I’m afraid he passed on a few weeks ago.” Pass on: died. “Pass on” also means pass information, or move, or give, or transfer information. So I… I say to you… You’re… You’re my staff, I say: “Okay. Here’s the new rules for this situation. Pass it on to everybody in the office.” It means give it, pass it to everybody. Okay? “Pass on” is also a little bit similar to “pass up”, but it’s more with specific things. Okay? So for example, you invite me to dinner, and you make a nice roast pig, or something like that. Very delicious. But, I’m a vegetarian. I don’t eat meat. So I pass up on the… On the roast, but I will have the salad, I will have the vegetables. Oh sorry, I will pass on the roast. Not “pass up”. I will pass on the roast, thank you, I will take something else. Pass up on an opportunity, pass on something. Say: “No thank you.” Okay.

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“Pass over” means I could just pass over. So, before I passed up, now I’m passing over. More like sideways. We call it laterally. Okay? I can also pass over, it means have a quick look at something. Here’s your document, I’ll just pass over it. I have a very quick, not detailed look. Okay? Now, we can also use “pass over” to skip something or someone. So, I have some people, and I’m trying to build a basketball team. And I’m thinking: “Hm. Who…? Who are the best players?” So I’ll take you, I’ll take you, I’ll pass over you, and I’ll take you, and I’ll take you. So this person is passed over. It means I go over them, and I go to the next one. I skip them.

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“Pass through”. If you’re just passing through town, it means you’re not stopping for very long. You’re coming, you’re saying hi, you’re going. Now, “pass through” also literally means to go through something. So if I’m wearing a very thin shirt, the wind will pass right through it, and basically chill my skin. Chill my bones.

“Pass by” also means, like, staying for a very short time. So if I come up to my friend’s house, he is not expecting me or she is not expecting me, and I ring the doorbell. They open the door, and I say: “Hi. I was just passing by. I was in the neighborhood.” It means I just came for a short visit unexpectedly. Okay? If something passes you by, it’s [whizzing noise]. The car, I was driving my car, the… Another car passed by, and just kept going. So to move without stopping. And you can also talk about more general things, like time. Time doesn’t wait for anybody. Time just passes by, regardless of what you do..

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    1. PASS UP = let it go.

    Turn down the offer or opportunity.

    To Pass something upward.

    Ex. I'm looking for a better paying job that's why I pass up to her offer which I know not suited for my prefer salary.

    She/He passed up to be an engineer so he became a singer.

    I agreed to this project 'cause I know it's gonna but I'm wrong. Next time He offers me I again, maybe I'll pass up

    Ex. Could you pass the hammer up here so I can nailed it up

    Hey Brother, watch out! I'm passing this hammer up to you to finish that stuff.

    She passed up brush that's why they had finish the work immediately.

    2. PASS ON = Soft way to say that someone has/is die(d)

    = To transfer the information.

    Ex. "I thought your grand ma is here?" No, She had already Passed on last month

    "My dog has just passed on today by accident"

    "The reason why he/she is sad is because her pet had died last week and still can move on."

    Ex. "The Company have a new protocol the is written on this paper and must have to pass it on to all employee."

    "I need this file, can/could you pass it on to me?"

    "The top secret files must not be pass on to anyone to avoid exposure against opposition"

    3. PASS OVER = To pass the something to someone.

    = Quick Review

    =skip or ignore

    Ex. "Pass the ball over there(to someone) so we can make a good play"

    "I could pass it over to you if you would pass it over me as well"

    "He pass everything over there so nothing left for us"

    "The exam will start on a couple of minutes so I'll pass over on my reviewer/notes."

    "He had a bucket list that I've had to pass over so I won't forget about it"

    "I don't remember any of the answer for I just passed over on his paper"

    "My mother pass over me when she is about to giveaway some gift"

    "The School has passed on over me for a representative who will take part in the quiz bee."

    "I'll be passing over you so you'll be safe"

    4. PASS THROUGH = Passing by.

    = Passing through something. Getting through something.

    Ex. "The parade will be passing through our town tomorrow."

    "My parents will be just pass through here and wouldn't come by for they are in a hurry."

    "I'll secretly pass through this path tonight."

    "The wind is so strong that it can pass through the billboards."

    "NASA warned us about the massive meteor could pass through earth"

    "Bullet will pass through that thin shield."

    5. PASS BY = generally, can be used on time.

    = Literally passing by

    Ex. "My Girlfriend will be passing by here in the house tomorrow and she won't be stay long, she'll just gas her car up.

    "My kids just passed me by 'cause they didn't notice me on the road."

    "Don't pass by the officer or they will punish you in the office. always greet them"

    "I was a kid when playing that game, look how the time just passed by.

    "You will notice the time passing by when you remembered what you had done.

    "I've just let the year pass by and do almost nothing."

    6. PASS DOWN = To pass something downward

    = Giving something from one generation to other generation.

    Ex. "Could you pass that cable down here"

    "I'm passing down the relief goods."

    "Engineers have just passed down the tools to diffused the bombs"

    "This clothes are not fitted to him/her so they've pass it down to their nephew/niece."

    "He can't handle his power, so he will pass it down to his son."

    "This generation have a good technologies that will be pass down to the next generation."

    "My Father pass-me-downs his all stuff 'cause He will not be using it again."

    7. PAST AWAY = Die

    Ex "He wish his ex to pass away."(LOL)

    "Her grandma just passed away tonight."

    "One day, We will be passing away so do your best every single day."

    8. PASS OUT = Distribute something

    = To be unconscious

    Ex. "My boss asked me to pass this flyers out to the costumers."

    "I'm passing out the check that has a worth of $5000 to resident."

    "I've already passed out the papers for presentation."

    "Too much consume of the alcohol could pass you out."

    "He passed out because of hot weather."

    Either the strong or weak people will pass out during this tough times."

    9. PASS OFF = Trying to convince someone that something is what it isn't

    Ex. "So many people today are trying to pass themselves off to the group of people even though they are not belong to the category."

    "This costumer is passing this item off as real. Maybe he thought I don't know how to perceive what real and fake is.

    "They are trying to pass this man off as a strong man."

    "Sometimes, I've tried to pass myself off to somebody who I'm not real I am.

    10. PASS AROUND = To pass around something person by person.

    Ex. "The children at the party became cheerful for receiving a gift by passing around the box that full of candies."

    "One of the game mechanics is you will pass this around until it reached the last person."

    "The people have changed their perspective in life by passing around the message to one another."

    "Since the one person didn't pass the ball around, somebody didn't hold it."

  2. My friend, you're the best in the world. I have some questions for you. Can I study phrasal verbs without taking notes?

  3. Here, I type below others:
    -> pass for: to be accepted or considered as
    -> pass along: to add an expense to a customer or client
    -> pass time/(the time): to try to find something to stop the boredown

  4. Hello, I was wondering If I could say "all the insults will pass off, The pain will pass off"? I know I could use just pass but is it still correct If let it out like this?


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