English Phrasal Verb Lesson: Block off & Break Down

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Phrasal Verb Block Off

Meaning: To obstruct the passage of ~

  •  The road was blocked off after the storm
  •  The police blocked off access to the station because of a fire.

Phrasal Verb Break Down

Meaning: To malfunction / to stop working
Use: We use break down for cars and machines

  • Jack’s car broke down on the highway.
  • My coffee maker broke down, so I got a new one.

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