See above.I have written the following sentences as a kind of exercises on using phrasal verbs. This is not a school assignment. Would you please correct my mistakes.
1. The writer put his success down to hard work and patience.
2. The customers were put off by the bad service and unkind personnel.
3. The basketball team put their failure down to the lack of money and good players.
4. He was angry with himself because he could never put aside his shyness and talk to girls.
5. Anna had put behind her difficult childhood and in the end managed to became a doctor.
Anna had put her difficult childhood behind her and, in the end, managed to become a doctor.
6. After her divorce, Joan had put on weight and become depressive. (The phrasal verb is OK but use "depressed" or "a depressive".)
7. She asked herself how she could have put up with her violent husband for so many years. (See the word I have added in red.)
8. John's friends had put him up to take a trip around the world. I don't know what you mean with this one. Does it have something to do with money?
9. The government have invested enormously in housing, and everywhere you could see construction workers putting up new block of flats.
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