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Phrasal Verbs (2)

Phrasal verbs are one of the hardest aspects of the English language for foreigners to learn. VISUAL PHRASAL VERBS™ aims to show students the meaning of phrasal verbs in context and in the moment. Learn and Enjoy!

Here we look at the following phrasal verbs:
To look around
To put down
To pick up
To move past
To hold up
To turn around An explanation of the phrasal verb to get something across to somebody - to express an idea clearly or forcefully so that somebody understands it - to convey a message

Learn phrasal verbs through examples in popular songs!

Group 2:

to fall apart
to get along
to get over
to go on
Learn phrasal verbs through examples in popular songs!

Group 2:

to fall apart
to get along
to get over
to go on

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What kind of phrasal verbs do we use for the theme of work? Here are about 15 phrasal verbs all connected to this theme. These lessons are for intermediate, upper intermediate and advanced learners.

take s.o on
take over
hand in
carry out
call off
put off
lay off
fill in
stand down
cut back on
be snowed under
slave away
knock off
knuckle down
get out of

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Learn the keys to real spoken English by learning all the uses of phrasal verbs.
In this lesson we talk about all the ways to use the phrasal verb "turn off".

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All videos Philochko here: - my VKONTAKTE - my facebook page An explanation of the transitive and inseparable phrasal verbs to come down with and to go down with meaning to get ill with a virus or bug An explanation of 3 possible different meanings for the phrasal verb to work out
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Fall apart
Get along
Get over
Go on
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We continue learning English phrasal verbs with examples in this video. This video is about a phrasal verb break down. Different examples are given. Three main meanings are explained. There are some exercises where you need to say similar things using a phrasal verb. It's about usuing phrasal verbs in daily speech and conversation. There are conclusions in the video and additional examples with a phrasal verb break down. SEE ME IN YOUR CITY

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This is the second video, devoted to GET OFF idioms, here we'll talk about the following ones: get off one's high horse, get off one's back/case/tail, get off the hook, get off with somebody. Let's boost our vocabulary!
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Here is an English lesson on some of the most common phrasal verbs made from the preposition UP. Quiz here

More phrasal verb lessons and quizzes are here

use up
give up
drink up
eat up
book up
end up
wrap up
tidy up

set up
take up
come up with
think up
bring s.o up
turn up
show up
come up

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More lessons on gerunds and infinitives here
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Phrasal verbs are verbs made of two or more words, usually a verb and a preposition, and are often used to make a more advanced verb easier to understand:

formal and more advanced -- He dismounted the horse.
more conversational phrasal verb -- He got off the horse.

To keep phrasal verb
Day 2: come up with (something)

0:12 Introduction. Listen to the phrasal verb in context.
0:35 Identify the meaning.
1:05 Explanation. Study its meaning and use.
2:00 Question of the Day.
2:18 Review.

Did you miss Day 1?
Day 1: let (someone) in on (something)

Here are some more of the most useful and common phrasal verbs in the English Language. Phrasal verbs are 2 word verbs formed with a verb and a preposition (turn on, switch off etc...). My wife is responsible for the drawings, so a big thanks to her! There is a quiz at the end of this video to check your progress.
Here is an English lesson on some of the most common phrasal verbs made from the preposition DOWN. QUIZ HERE

And another...

More phrasal verb lessons and quizzes are here

put down
bring down
get down
let down
turn down
look down on
break down

shut down
come/crack/clamp down on
pin down
hold down
track down
hunt down
narrow down
write down
put down

come down to
put down to

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Pick up some new language in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar all about phrasal verbs. Catherine and Callum will take you through how to use four different types to make your written and spoken English much better. There are more activities on our site:
Phrasal verbs with 'get' are the most confusing ones! There are so many meanings, so many variants! So let's continue studying phrasal verbs, as they are part and parcel of the English language!
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