Two-word 동사는 동사 (go/look/be, etc.) + in/out/down, etc.이다. A two-word verb is a verb (go/look/be, etc.) + in/out/up/down, etc.
- Erin opened the door of the car and got in. (= into the car)
- I waited outside the house. I didn’t go in.
- The car stopped and two women got out. (= out of the car)
- I went to the window and looked out.
- The bus came, and I got on.
- Be careful! Don’t fall off.
- He stood up and left the room.
- I usually get up early. (= get out of bed)
- We looked up at the stars.
- Would you like to sit down?
- The picture fell down.
- Lie down on the floor.
away or off
- The thief ran away. (or … ran off)
- Erin got into the car and drove away. (or … drove off)
be/go away (= in/to another place)
- Erin has gone away for a few days.
- We went out for dinner and then went back to our hotel.
- Go away and don’t come back!
- Erin is away. She’ll be back on Monday.
- I’m not sure what kind of car I want. I want to look around first.
- Somebody shouted my name, so I turned around.
- We went for a long walk. After six miles we turned around and went back.