“Sign up for”: phrasal verb meaning.
- Sign up for
- Start a new course. When people “sign up for” they register for a course or class, pay money and start attending regularly. Another word for “sign up for” is to “enrol”.
Other examples of “sign up for” phrasal verb in a sentence
- Do you want to sign up for a boxing class?
- I’m glad you signed up for this French course.
- I don’t know if I want to sign up for this course, it’s very expensive.
“Sign up for”: use in context explanation
The man comes back home from work and sees cupcakes everywhere. He opens the fridge and he finds more cupcakes. The man is puzzled. He looks at his wife. She is making other cupcakes. She explains she’s just signed up for a new baking course where she and a group of other people learn how to bake cakes. She wants to be the best in the class so she needs to practise a lot at home.