Hi everybody, today we’re going to learn the phrasal verb Step on. This phrasal verb has two meanings, take a look below.
1) Step on – Usually “step on it”, is an informal way of telling someone to move quickly or to hurry up.
You’d better step on it, or I’m going to be late for my flight.
É melhor pisar na tábua, ou vou perder o meu voo.
2) Step on – Usually “step on something”, is used to mean “stand on” or “put your foot on top of something”.
Watch out! Don’t step on the dog’s shit!
Cuidado! Não pise na merda do cachorro!