YouTube English Lesson – Phrasal Verbs with STAY

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Learning phrasal verbs will make your English sound more natural. That’s because native English speakers prefer using phrasal verbs in everyday English conversation.
The phrasal verbs we are going to look at today are stay away, stay for, stay in, stay out, stay over, stay put, stay up, and stay with. Let’s check it out.

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