Phrasal verbs are a combination of two words; (Verb + preposition) or (verb + adverb)
It can always be fun to use phrasal verbs in a conversation. It helps you boost your vocabulary and give a spark to your talks.
Here are the phrasal verbs that can be used to express different emotions.
1. CHEER UP
This phrasal verb is used to encourage others to have a positive attitude.
Example: Hey! Cheer up; you will do better next time
2. LASH OUT AT (SOMEONE)
This phrasal verb is used to describe when someone criticise or shout angrily at somebody.
Example: As the kids were not obeying, she lashed out at them.
3. CRACK UP
This phrasal verb is used for a sudden laugh.
Example: The students cracked up as the music teacher entered the class wearing a weird cap.
4. CALM DOWN
This phrasal verb is used to relax the anger.
Example: You need to calm down before talking to your seniors.
5. LET DOWN
This phrasal verb is used to express disappointment.
Example: No child should let their parents down.
6. BOTTLE UP
This phrasal verb is used when someone hides their feelings and fails to express.
Example: It is not healthy to bottle up your feelings.
7. BLOW UP
This phrasal verb is used to express anger.
Example: Don’t blow up at me, it wasn’t my mistake.
8. FREAK OUT
This phrasal verb is used to express anxiousness or fear.
Example: People freaked out when they heard the news.