Do Over – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Do Over
Do Over means to have a day off from work or school.
When you do something over, you do it again from the very beginning.

  • The teacher didn’t like the way I wrote my report so I had to do it over.
  • The boss didn’t approve the website design, so we had to do it over.
  • I forgot to add sugar when I made the cookies, so I had to do them over.

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