Phrasal verbs with To BE

Phrasal verbs with To BE

We can use "TO BE" + off when are leaving somewhere.

"I'm off now. See you next week!"

"It's getting late. I'd better be off now."
"It's 5:00! I'm off to the cafe to relax!"
We can use "TO BE" + down when someone is sad or depressed.

"William has been down since his team lost the big game."

"You look like you're down today. Did something happen?"

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