Did you know that you can hook up something, hook up a person with something, and even hook up a person with another person? Hook up is one of those phrasal verbs in English that has a number of uses and grammar patterns. Knowing these patterns will help you communicate with confidence in English.
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- I bought a new TV and the technician is coming tomorrow to hook it up.
- It took the workers less than half an hour to hook my washing machine up.
- It wasn’t easy to hook up a computer before WiFi.
- A smart TV can be hooked up to the internet.
- The workers hooked my washing machine up to the hot and cold water pipes.
- You can easily hook up your computer to a WiFi network these days.
- The TV is hooked up with wires.
- The workers hooked my washing machine up with a few hoses and pipes.
- The stove is hooked up with a large electric wire.
- My friend Paul works in a theater and I’m hoping he can hook me up with some tickets for the show.
- My cousin works for Apple and she hooked me up with an iPhone 12 before they were sold in the stores.
- You like jazz? I should hook you up with my cousin. He’s a huge jazz fan.
- When I started my restaurant business, the chef hooked me up with some suppliers.
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