Phrasal verbs make your English conversation and writing much more natural and less like a textbook. For today’s English lesson, let’s look at how to use come over, go over (2 meanings), stay over, think over, flip over, flip out over, and mull over. I hope you like it!
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:
- I’d be happy to teach you how to make pasta. Come over any time.
- Thank you for the dinner invitation! What time should I come over?
- After work I’m going to go over to the bar. Do you want come?
- I went over my resume a few times before I sent it.
- I finished my homework. Can you go over it for me?
- Jack is going to Boston and he’s planning to stay over two nights.
- If you drink too much at the party you can stay over. We have a extra bedroom.
- The boss said he liked my idea but he wants to take a few days to think it over.
- You’re going to ask your girlfriend to marry you? Have you thought it over enough?
- We all flipped over my mom’s lasagna, and Vincent does too!
- The kids really flip over cookies!
- Jenny’s parents flipped out over her hairstyle when she died her hair blue.
- My mom flipped out over my bad report card. I better study more next semester.
- I asked the boss if I could take a half day off this Friday and he said he needs to mull it over.
- Buying a house is a big investment. You really need to mull it over.
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