Phrasal Verbs beginning with BE

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Phrasal Verbs beginning with BE :

be in for : be likely to experience (something often bad)

1. It looks as if we are in for a storm.
2. We are in for trouble. Here comes a policeman.

be in for : enter for (a competition at sports)

1. I’m in for the running race.

be in for : be an applicant for a job

1. I understand he’s in for the director’s job.

be up to : be able to do something

1. I’m not up to such hard work. I’m rather weak.

be up to : be doing something wrong (or) be engaged in something wrong

1. Tom is always up to mischief. 2. I wonder what those children are up to.

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