628 – PULL Phrasal Verbs

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Pull in? Pull out? Pull down? Pull off? Pull is one of those interesting verbs that is used in a variety of phrasal verbs. Let’s study together. Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or join my Podcast Learner’s Group for the transcript, live …

627 – Using PASS BY

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She passed by …she passed me by? The phrasal verb pass by is separable, but when it is separated, the meaning changes. Let’s study together. Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or join my Podcast Learner’s Group for the transcript, live group lessons, …

626 – GET Phrasal Verbs Part 2

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Should I get on the bus or get in the bus? Get off the car or get out of the car? And how do you get to work anyway? Did you know you can get over a bad relationship, even if that person really gets to you? Do you think that you can get into this lesson? Let’s study together. …

625 – GET Phrasal Verbs Part 1

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Did you know that you can get ahead or get behind? You can get along with someone, get around, get around to doing something and even get away. Let’s study together. Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or join my Podcast Learner’s Study …

616 – Phrasal Verbs With CUT

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Did you know that you can cut across a parking lot, cut down on smoking, or cut out drinking coffee? You have seen someone cut into a conversation, cut off the top of a carrot, or cut out of the office early. Let’s study together. Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English …

611 – Romantic Phrasal Verbs

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Around Valentines Day, romance is certainly in the air. Well, speaking of romance, did you know that you can hit it off with someone? You can even ask out or go out with someone. You may even open up to them, fall for them, or make out with them. Today, we’re going to look at six different romantic phrasal verbs. …

610 – 4 Casual Phrasal Verbs

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Here’s my question. Did you know that you can get the hang of something? Recently did you need to cough up anything? Can you easily stick to something? Have you tagged along with anyone recently? *These are 4 casual phrasal verbs that that are good to know and use in your daily English conversation. Let’s study together. *Actually, get the …

608 – Using Check Out

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Did you know that you can check out from a hotel, check out books from the library, check out at the supermarket, and even check out the new cars at the Auto Show. Today, I’m going to show you several different ways that we use the phrasal verb CHECK OUT and give you some example sentences so that you can …

603 – Using HOOK UP

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Did you know that you can hook up something, hook up a person with something, and even hook up a person with another person? Hook up is one of those phrasal verbs in English that has a number of uses and grammar patterns. Knowing these patterns will help you communicate with confidence in English. Here are the example sentences from …

600 – Thinking Back

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Today, Today, I’d like to show you five different phrasal verbs with THINK. There is think back, think of, think up, think over, and think through. Learning phrasal verbs is essential for building up your vocabulary, understanding others, and sounding more natural! Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English lesson, you need …