What is the meaning of
English teaching for English Language Learners (ELL) who are learning to speak English as a Second Language (ESL) or English as an Additional Language (EAL)
check on someone/something
monitor or look at the condition, or progress, of someone or something
check to see how someone, or something, is doing
1. I don’t hear the children. I had better check on them.
2. Can you please check on the cake? It should be ready to come out of the oven soon.
3. Everyone else’s meal in the restaurant arrived in 15 minutes, but mine didn’t. The server said he would check on it and see why it wasn’t ready.>
|present –||CHECK ON|
|present participle –||CHECKING ON|
|past –||CHECKED ON|
|past participle –||CHECKED ON|
Note: Many phrasal verbs have more than one meaning.