1. set off
We'd better set off now before it gets dark.
When are you planning to set off?
We set off for London just after ten.
This event set off a crisis. She'll set off for Warsaw in the evening. I have to set off early to get there.
You set off the alarm in the seat of my chair. It goes off when somebody tries to blow smoke up my rear.
What time did you set off?
Rob described Emma to Sophie and she set off one her errand.
I'm about to set off my new business
Wonder why,” said Ron sarcastically as they set off toward the Leaky Cauldron
Have you ever set off very early to catch a flight?
We had better set off soon, otherwise we’ll never get there!
begin a journey; set out/We set off at 5 o’clock.
Definition if you set off, you start a journey. If you set off for somewhere, you start your journey to go to that place
The daredevil set off on the journey into the middle of the jungle.
English word "wyruszać"(set off) occurs in sets:New Total English Elementary unit 7-9RM Longman Podstawa - Test 1Angielski - słówka unit 8Czasowniki frazowe bez dopełnieniaCzasowniki frazowe str. 16
2. set out
Let's set out now, and then we might make it to the river by sunset.
they set out at dawn
Since he first set out on his advanture he has visited more than 60 countries
The requirements set out in paragraph 12 of the Request for Proposals have yet to be satisfied.
full details are set out in chapter 2
Kate set out for the house on the other side of the bay.
set out an ambitious plan/ set out the options
So she set out to change them in some small way.
I've set out the refreshments in the hall
After a three-day rest, the travellers set out again.
So in the summer time they had all set out for America.
I do not intend to set out in detail the current state of negotiations with Russia on the new agreement.
begin a journey; set off/We set out at 5 o’clock
Four years ago, we set out to reform the government, and since then, we have accomplished much.
English word "wyruszać"(set out) occurs in sets:Longman 8. Podróżowanie i Turystyka cz. 5Unit 5 b Going to help p. 82Czasowniki frazowe str. 16Słówka do egzaminu cz. IIUnit 8 - behaviour
3. go off
When her mother would go off hunting, we would stay and film.
Careful those cannons might go off.
I have heard that three bombs go off last year.
My alarm clock went off at 5 AM. So what else can go off? In this particular sense of to go off, it’s used when something is activated, or when something explodes.
It should go off in about five minutes, but you never know with homemade explosives, so - run!
Has a bomb ever go off in the capital city of your country?
The bomb will go off in two minutes.
have to go off their house immediately.
My alarm clock didn't go off.
I was just lying in bed waiting for the alarm to go off.
I've always loved chocolate, but recently I've started to go off it. I hardly ever eat it now.
explode, make a sudden noise/The bomb could go off at any moment.
For three months, the automatic lights outside did not go off because it was that dark.
If it's fresh produce, it might go off before you get to use it all.
How soon does meat, fish or milk go offin hot weatherif it is not kept in a fridge.
4. get going
We'll have to get going if we want to reach Bristol by 6pm.
Let's get going.
English word "wyruszać"(get going) occurs in sets:lekcja 06.01.2018r The salaryman
5. setting out