Hello and welcome in today's video I'm talking about the definitions for three different phrasal verbs fill in fill out and fill up the first definition of fill in means to add information in the blank spaces of a document for example fill in your name and address in the spaces provided in this exercise fill in the blanks with the correct word from the list the second definition for fill in is always used with a person fill someone in it means to share the details of something with another person or to explain something to another person we need to leave now there's no time to explain so I'll fill you in on the way my father filled me in about the plans for my brother's surprise party the third definition for fill in is not just fill in but fill in for and then it's always followed by a person fill in for someone this means to do someone's job for them while they are away the receptionist is on vacation so I'm filling in for her this week he's sick today so I need you to fill in for him at the meeting we hired you to fill in for our secretary while she's on maternity leave there are two main definitions for the phrasal verb fill out the first is complete a form make sure you completely fill out the job application before you come in for your interview he filled out the contract quickly and signed his name at the bottom the second is to gain weight matthew has really filled out hasn't he although the puppies were born too small they began to fill out once they received proper nutrition now they look healthy and normal there is basically one main definition for the phrasal verb fill up it means to become completely full potatoes will fill you up without overloading you with calories you need to fill up your car's tank with gas by seven o'clock the restaurant was beginning to fill up with customers so there you go the definitions for the phrasal verbs fill in fill out and fill up if you want to practice these phrasal verbs with me leave a sentence down below in the comments and I will correct it for you you can also check out the website you galosh which has a lot of examples of these phrasal verbs used in real-life contexts be sure to take a look at my website for more information about Who I am or if you want to sign up for private lessons with me you can do that by going to mrs. P ESL tutor comm or by clicking up here on this link subscribe to my youtube channel over here and check out a few of my other videos by clicking down here have a wonderful rest of your day and I will see you next time
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