Let\u2019s check out (examine) the second part of the most common phrasal verbs in English! 1. Back up to support Her parents have always backed her up in all her endeavors. 2. Carry on with to continue Please carry on with your work. 3. Catch up to hear someone\u2019s news We haven\u2019t seen each other in ages so we spent the whole afternoon catching up. 4. Cut down on to reduce, esp. unhealthy food and drinks You really have to cut down on sugar. 5. Doze off to fall asleep I was so tired that I dozed off on the bus on my way home. 6. Eat out to eat in a restaurant How about eating out tonight? I know the perfect restaurant! 7. Fill in to add information on an official document Please fill in your name and address here. 8. Fit in to be accepted by a group of people When she changed her school she had a hard time fitting it in the beginning. 9. Go for to try to achieve something If that\u2019s what you want, go for it! 10. Go through to search or check something\/experience something unpleasant I\u2019ve gone through all the files but I couldn\u2019t find the data. I can\u2019t imagine what she\u2019s going through after they fired her. 11. Keep up to continue doing something at the same level Keep up the great job! 12. Let down to disappoint I\u2019m sorry if I somehow let you down. 13. Look forward to to feel excited about a future event I\u2019m looking forward to my winter holidays! 14. Mess up to make a mistake, ruin something Can you please help me with the dish? I don\u2019t want to mess it up. 15. Pass by to miss something I couldn\u2019t let such a golden opportunity pass by! 16. Put aside to save money She\u2019s been putting aside some money for a year to buy a new house. 17. Show off to brag about something Ever since she bought her car she\u2019s been showing off. 18. Stay up to stay awake for a long time We stayed up all night to finish our project. 19. Talk over to discuss There are a few things I\u2019d like to talk over with you. 20. Take up to start a new hobby She has recently taken up drawing as a way to relax. 21. Think over to consider carefully I\u2019ll have to think it over first before I decide. 22. Try out to try something new He loves trying out new things, especially if they are adrenaline-packed. 23. Turn out to develop or end in a particular way\/be the case The cake didn\u2019t turn out quite as I expected. It turns out that they are cousins! 24. Wear down to make someone tired I was totally worn down after skiing. 25. Wind down to relax After a long day\u2019s work, she loves to wind down in a hot bath. There we have it - 50 most common phrasal verbs that will help you sound more like a native speaker in no time!