Long weekend phrasal verbs

Here’s some useful vocabulary for a long weekend:

to drop off – take someone to the airport, station etc.

John dropped Sarah off at the station on his way home.

to see off –  to say goodbye to someone at the airport, station etc.

His family saw him off at the airport when he went to study in the United States.

to pick up – to meet someone at the airport, station etc. and take them home, to a hotel etc.

Her husband picked his wife up from the bus station and they went home.

to set off – start a journey

They set off early to miss the morning traffic.

to get away – to go somewhere for a break or a holiday.

We’re going to get away this long weekend. Are you going anywhere?