Do you like to sing? Have you ever suddenly started singing a song that was in your head? Well, maybe you belted out a song! Belt out is an interesting phrasal verb. When someone starts singing with a lot of energy or enthusiasm, we say that they belt out a song!
- This morning on the subway, some guy started belting out an old Beatles song.
- My sister belted out a couple of songs in the shower.
How about you? When was the last time you heard anyone belt out a song? Have you?
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Everything Your GRAMMAR BOOK Didn’t Teach You
Yes, your grammar book probably taught you the difference between during and while, but it probably didn’t teach you how we actually use those words in everyday English. This book does!
You’ll also learn how to really use phrases such as:
- By Friday and Until Friday
- In the end and At the end
- I’m bored and I’m boring
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- Much and Many
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