be + on (1)
What movies are on tonight?
be + on (2)
Is the BBQ party still on?
bring + on (1)
The helicopter accident was brought on by sudden changes in wind speed.
bring + on (2)
Some people seem to bring trouble on themselves.
call + on (1)
I called on him yesterday.
call + on (2)
The head of the organization called on us to support their fund-raising activities.
carry + on (1)
We carried on with the show.
carry + on (2)
John refused to comply with our request and carried on working.
carry + on (3)
Who will carry on the family tradition of winemaking?
carry + on (4)
We couldn't carry on a conversation with him because he had to leave.
carry + on (5)
You should stop carrying on like an ignorant person.
catch + on (1)
I don't think this magazine will catch on with younger readers.
catch + on (2)
Listen and catch on to what is being discussed.
check + on
How can I check on my order?
cheer + on
I'll be there to cheer you on.
come + on (1)
Come on! Let's go to the Tanabata Festival.
Come on! Move!
Come on! You stupid monkey!
come + on (2)
The light will come on when the key is turned.
come + on (3)
What time will the cooking program come on?
come + on (4)
Brr. I feel a terrible cold coming on.
come + on (5)
How are you coming on in your English class?
My project is coming on quite well.
fill + on
I'll fill you on what happened that night later.
get + on (1)
Get on a shuttle bus to the hotel at the airport.
get + on (2)
How are you getting on with your new teacher?
How are you getting on with your English lesson?
get + on (3)
We all get on as time goes by.
get + on (4)
Let's get on the subject of how we should cut costs.
get + on (5)
Now, if you don't mind, let's get on with the meeting.
get + on (6)
Can we get on with it please? I'm in a hurry.
Get on with it, will you.
give + on
Our house gives on to the lake.
go + on (1)
I wonder how much longer the war will go on.
go + on (2)
There is something fishy going on around here.
go + on (3)
She went on about her health problems on and on and it bored me to hell.
happen + on
The other day I happened on the Lassie DVD.
hold + on (1)
Please hold on a moment. I'll see if Dr. Marcus is in.
hold + on (2)
It's so amazing that this small piece of plastic can hold on against such an enormous force.
hold + on (3)
I don't remember how I managed to hold on to the rope.
Why should we hold on to old traditions?
keep + on (1)
Keep on driving until you see a strange billboard.
keep + on (2)
I know they want to keep me on until next summer.
keep + on (3)
That guy seemed unable to help but keep on about his new toy!
keep + on (4)
I don't like the kind of person who always keeps on at someone for something
lay + on (1)
A new coat of paint needs to be laid on the surface.
A new coat of paint needs to be laid on.
lay + on (2)
Tom laid on a great meal for us.
lay + on (3)
Sorry to lay this on you, but I need the report now.
lay + on (4)
I felt the man was laying on think about how their business can make money.
leave + on (1)
I usually leave the lights on even when I am not around.
leave + on (2)
You must leave your safety hat on at all time when you are in the work area.
let + on (1)
Don't let on to others that you got a special bonus.
let + on (2)
I let on that I knew about the plan.
look + on (1)
I didn't want to just stand by and look on. I wanted to get involved in the movement.
look + on (2)
We don't look on him as a hero.
look + on (3)
Always look on your subordinates with respect. Never treat them as your slaves.
look + on (4)
Our house looks on to the Pacific Ocean.
pass + on (1)
I'll pass your comment on to my boss.
pass + on (2)
I'll have to cancel the party because I don't want to pass on my cold to anyone.
pass + on (3)
Any increase in costs will be passed on to the consumers.
pass + on (4)
The man passed on last year.
put + on (1)
Put a hard hat on before entering the work area.
put + on (2)
Let's put on the TV to check the earthquake information.
put + on (3)
Put on sunscreen before you go out.
put + on (4)
It annoys me when he puts on airs about how he is some kind of sushi connoisseur.
put + on (5)
I think we should put a limit on the number of participants.
put + on (6)
We usually put a party on at the end of each semester.
put + on (7)
Tom put on a lot of weight over the summer vacation.
send + on
Please write to my brother. He will send the letters on to wherever I am.
take + on (1)
We can take on more staff when necessary.
take + on (2)
I'm sorry, but I can't take on any more work this week.
take + on (3)
Tonight Giants takes on Tigers.
take + on (4)
With a little regular maintenance, this house will take on a completely
turn + on (1)
How can I turn on this computer?
turn + on (2)
My music teacher in high school turned me on to music.
turn + on (3)
The success of the show turns on how much we are willing to practice.
turn + on (4)
The dog turned on the stranger.
turn + on (5)
I turned on the faucet but water didn't come out.
wear + on
As the evening wore on, we became increasingly tired.
work + on (1)
We need to work on free kicks.
work + on (2)
We are working on him to move out of his house.