To hand in

To hand inHello all,

Before spring break all of my students work very hard so they can hand in their assignments before they go on vacation.

Today we will look at the phrasal verb to hand in. It means to submit.

It is a separable phrasal verb so you can hand something in or hand in something.

Let’s see some examples.

This year I must hand in my tax forms by April 1.

To hand in

Liza is excited to hand her final project in to the teacher today.

I’m sure you all know how great it feels to finish something and hand it in.

Be careful with phrasal verbs with “hand.” There are more and of course they have different meanings!

Best regards,

Sarah

Now teacher

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