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With the engine off, check your operation of the gear shift. If you can go in and out of the gears fine without the engine running, then you have a worn clutch disc that needs replaced. If the problem still exists then you either have low fluid/weak hydraulic system, or there is a problem with the syncro that may be adjusted.
time has come to pay someone to pull the motor out and replace the clutch, do all the clutch components and resurface the flywheel. If the pedal is up then you do not have an actuator/hydraulic failure, your problem lies within the bellhousing. do some research for clutch kits, i have seen several on ebay for less than a hundred bucks. labor is not going to be cheap.
sounds like a clutch problem, more than likely a worn bush, wich should be found on the clutch cable under the bonnet, it is a rubber ring wich smooths shifts. if the bush seems okay then you more than likely have a 'stick' than a 'slip'. clutch problem. this means your clutch is having trouble disconnecting from the fly wheel. however dont rule out a 'slip'. whatever the problem is i suggest replacing the clutch as it is obviously quite a serious problem.