Intransitive phrasal verbs more common in speech

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REPORTED SPEECH: he stays.. - she said that he stayed / he is staying at.. - She said that he was staying / He stayed at.. - she said that he had stayed / he was staying at.. - she said that he had been staying / he has stayed at.. - had stayed / has been staying - had been staying / had stayed - had stayed / had been stayed - had been staying / will stay - would stay.  Can - could / may - might / have to - had to / will - would.  

PASIVE: signs - are signed / is signing - are being signed / signed - were signed / was signing - were being signed / has signed - have been signed / had signed - had been signed / will sign - will be signed / should sign - shoulg be signed /must have signed - must have been signed / has to sign - have to be signed / is going to sign - are going to be signed. 
CONDICIONAL: 1) ZERO: if/unless + present simple / present simple 2) FISRT CONDITIONAL: if + present simple / future simple (will + 1 col)Probable  3) SECOND CONDITIONAL: if + past simple (2 col) // cond simple (would + inf)improba 3) THIRD CONDITIONAL: if + past perfect (had+3col) // Cond perfect (would have 3col) Imposib
PHRASAL VERBS: break down - averiarse, break up - separarse, call off - cancelar, call out - anunciar, come back - regresar, come down on - ser duro con, come up with - proponer, cut back on - recortar, drop off - dejar, drop out - dejar actividad, end up - terminar, feel like -  apetecer, fill in - rellenar, find out - averiguar,  fit in - encajar, get along - llevarse bn, get back - regresar, get by - salir, get together - reunirse, give up - abandonar, hand out - repartir, hang out - pasar el tiempo, keep at - perseverar, lie down - tumbarse ... 

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