Be Off – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Be Off Be off means to have a day off from work or school. My friend Jack works on the weekends so he is off on Mondays and Tuesdays. I am off tomorrow, so I am going to sleep in! How about you? When are you off? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, …

Give Away – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Give Away Give away means to distribute for free. The bakery near my office was giving away samples of their donuts! In Tokyo, they give away packs of pocket tissues near the train stations. Do they give anything away where you live? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! …

Look Up – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Look Up When you look something up you check it or search for information in some kind of reference book or online. etc. I always advise my students to look up unfamiliar words in an English-English dictionary. I looked up the phone number of a restaurant. What have you looked up recently? If you know anyone who might be interested …

Fall Through – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Fall Through When a plan or an idea falls through, it doesn’t work out. Because of the rain, my plans to go to the beach fell through. Jimmy was going to ask Cathy for a date, but it fell through when he found that out she has a boyfriend. I was going to eat cereal for breakfast, but since there …

Drop By – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Drop By Drop by means to visit somewhere for a short period of time. I dropped by the coffee shop on the way to work today. I’ll be home all day tomorrow, so drop by any time! Have you dropped by anywhere recently? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them …

YouTube English Lesson – Phrasal Verbs with STAY

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Learning phrasal verbs will make your English sound more natural. That’s because native English speakers prefer using phrasal verbs in everyday English conversation. The phrasal verbs we are going to look at today are stay away, stay for, stay in, stay out, stay over, stay put, stay up, and stay with. Let’s check it out. I hope you like this …

Get Ahead – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Get Ahead Get ahead means to have success. If you want to get ahead in English, you need to keep at it. A lot of people take courses at night to get ahead in their careers. How about you? What are you working on these days? Are you getting ahead? If you know anyone who might be interested in this …

Turn Out – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Turn Out Turn out refers to the outcome of someone’s effort and we use turn out when we ask or talk about the result of that effort. The first time I made pizza it didn’t turn out too well. The party turned out well. Everyone had a nice time. How about you? What have you done recently? How did it …