Study the information about phrasal verbs + up. Part 1
1. Go up, come up, walk up to = approach

Catch up with smb = move faster than somebody in front of you so that you reach them

Keep up with = continue at the same speed or level
You are walking too fast. I can’t keep up with you.

A man came up to me in the street and asked me for money.
2. Set up an organization, a company, a business = start it

Take up a hobby, sport, an activity = start doing it

Fix up a meeting =arrange it
We have fixed up a meeting for next Monday.
3. Grow up = become an adult

Bring up a child = raise, look after a child

Sally was born in Ireland but grew up in England.
4. Clean up/clear up/tidy up = make it clean, tidy

Wash up = wash the plates, dishes after a meal
Look at this mess! Who’s going to tidy up?
5. End up somewhere, end up doing something

give up = stop trying, give something up = stop doing it

make up something/be made up of something

take up space or time = use space or time

turn up/show up = arrive, appear

use something up = use all of it so that nothing is left
Air is made up mainly of nitrogen and oxygen.

We arranged to meet Mike last night, but he didn’t turn up.
Raymond Murphy. English Grammar in Use- Cambridge: CUP, 379p.