Tanto o phrasal verb “Stick up for” quanto o phrasal verb “Stand up for” são usados para se dizer defender (alguém ou alguma coisa ou idéia que está sendo criticada ou atacada). Mas como saber quando usar um ou o outro? Ouça o mini-podcast de hoje para descobrir!


Coby: You have to stand up for what you believe, no matter the cost.
Source: https://loja.domineingles.com.br/phrasal-verbs-letra-s 

stand up
Someone is standing next to the door.

Stand up for your belief.
Stand up for what you believe.
Stand up for your friends.

stand – stood

He stood up for his friends when they were being criticized.
We all have to stand up for our rights.

You need to stand up for yourself.

Sharona: Benjy, you were right.
Benjy: About what?
Sharona: About standing up for that little boy in school. You did the right thing. So now I’m standing up for somebody who can’t protect himself.
Benjy: You mean, Darwin?
Sharona: Yeah.
Source: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0650645/?ref_=ttfc_fc_tt

stand up for
stick up for

Stand up, stand up for Jesus,
Ye soldiers of the cross;
Lift high his royal banner,
It must not suffer loss.
Source: https://youtu.be/SsFhGkh71sY

I stood up for my friend(s) when _______________________ .

I always stand up for my students.

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Write a sentence with “stand up for” in the comments section below. Example:

I always stand up for my friend(s) when _____________________. (or)
I stood up for my friend(s) when ________________________ .


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