BREEZE THROUGH – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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BREEZE THROUGH
When you breeze through something, it is very easy for you to do.

  • I breezed through my exam because I studied hard.
  • That report wasn’t as difficult as I had first thought. I breezed through it.

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