FRIENDSHIP: Interpersonal Relationships

interpersonal relationshipsInterpersonal relationships are developed at work and at school, at home and in social situations.

Employers always want people with exceptional interpersonal skills, for example the ability to communicate, to listen, and to get on well with diverse groups of people.

Families develop interpersonal relationships through a series of rules, habits and personal beliefs. 

And, in my social situations interpersonal relationships are developed by playing pool, having my ass kicked at 10-pin bowling, drinking beer and yelling obscene things while watching football. 

The English language has a load of phrasal verbs that are used to describe actions connected to interpersonal relationships. Do you know what the following phrasal verbs mean and in which context you would use them?

Phrasal Verbs

Definitions

To ask after

 

To bring up

 

To fall for

 

To get on with

 

To grow up

 

To look down on

 

To look up to

 

To put down

 

To settle down

 

To stand up for

 

To take after

 

 

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