This is Everyday Grammar.
I am Kaveh.
And I am Lucija.
Kaveh, are you going to SIGN UPfor the marathon in DC?
Maybe.If I do, I need to start training now.
How about you?
I was thinking about it,
but I do not like to wake up early.
When do you have to SIGN IN at the registration desk?
I think it is around 6:30 a.m.
Oooo…That is early!
这个动词短语 SIGN UP用于当你
The phrasal verb SIGN UPis used when you
在一个比赛项目 公共事业机构 或者活动中登记
register for an event, a service, or an activity.
Did you sign up for the conference?
Yes, I already signed up.
Sometimes you even pay money to SIGN UP,
as in when you SIGN UP for classes.
You can also SIGN UP for free events
such as volunteer activities.
A person can sign another person up for something, too.
She signed him up for the class.
而SIGN IN 就是用你的名字 或你的用户名 密码
To SIGN IN is to officially mark your presence
by using your name
or your username and password online.
He signed in online.
This phrasal verb is also used for events,
reservations, and activities that you register for.
It is also a secure way to access online accounts.
This phrasal verb is separable.
Can you please sign me in?
Sure! I already signed you in.
And that is Everyday Garmmar.