YouTube English Lesson – Phrasal Verbs & Idioms with BANG

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Here’s a new YouTube English Lesson for you! Let’s check out phrasal verbs and idioms with bang. Today, we’ll look at bang away, bang [sth] out, bang [sth] up, get a bang for the buck, get a bang out of something. Learning phrasal verbs and idioms makes your English sound more natural, so let’s check it out.

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