Break Up – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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What does BREAK UP mean? Here is a one-point lesson to help you learn this English!
Break up means to end a romantic relationship.

  • Fred broke up with his girlfriend last weekend.
  • Hey! Kim broke up with her boyfriend. Now is your chance!

How about you? Do you know a couple that has broken up?

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