English Lesson: Phrasal Verb “Drop by”

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I have some free time this afternoon, so I think I will drop by my friend Paul’s house to see how he is doing. He dropped by after work last night but I wasn’t home. It would be nice to see him.

Phrasal Verb “Drop by”

Definition: To visit for a short time

Use:  A person drops by somewhere

Structure: drop by [somewhere]

Examples:

  • I’m going to drop by Albert’s house after work.
  • Bill said he will drop by on his way to the airport.

Practice: Have you dropped by somewhere recently? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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