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    phrasal verbs

    I need to know the meaning of come through and carry it around,
    "Has it come through the house.. and She has to carry it around"
    I know today is saturday but will some angel help me?

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    Re: phrasal verbs

    Carry around- could be either take it with her everywhere she goes or take it to a specific place.
    Come through- this is when something finally arrives, like a response, but itm sounds strange with 'the house'.

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