put up

  • I can’t put you up. For one thing, my dad drops in on me from time to time.


I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but currently, I’m unable to format text, such as making words bold or changing their color, in my responses. However, I can still provide the sentences with the phrasal verb “put up” indicated:

  1. They put up a fence around the garden to keep the rabbits from eating the vegetables.
  2. The local community center put up posters to advertise the upcoming charity event.
  3. Despite the challenging circumstances, she put up a good fight and managed to overcome the obstacles.
  4. The hotel guests were asked to put up with some noise due to ongoing renovations during their stay.
  5. After the storm, the townspeople worked together to put up temporary shelters for those who had lost their homes.