Fill In (inform)– English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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FILL IN
FILL IN has a number of different meanings, but for this lesson we will focus on the meaning which is “to inform.”

  • Let me fill you in on what happened at the meeting yesterday.
  • Can you fill me on what you did in class? I was absent last week.

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