8 Phrasal Verbs With Give – English Vocabulary Lesson

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Today, let’s have a look at some phrasal verbs that use the verb get in English. Give away/out [something] means to distribute something: The bank was giving away calendars this week. The toy shop gave balloons out to children today. Give [someone] away means to reveal a person’s real identity or secret: Bob dressed as Santa Clause, but his cologne …

Free English Phrasal Verb Lesson: Call On, Call Off, Call Back

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Phrasal Verb: Call on Meaning: To visit I called on my customers this afternoon Tom often calls on his Aunt Jane during the holidays Phrasal Verb: Call off Meaning: To cancel I called off the golf game because of the rain. Jack called off the meeting because everyone was too busy. Phrasal Verb: Call back Meaning: To telephone someone who …

One English Idiom Lesson: Phrasal Verbs Using “Turn”

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[powerpress url=http://blog.myhappyenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Turn-phrasal-verbs1.mp3] It was a rainy night.  Joe was driving for a long time and he was tired. He saw a motel, but they were full and so they turned him away. When Joe found out they didn’t have a room, he turned away from the clerk in shock. Joe had to turn back to the highway and keep driving. …

English Idiom Lesson & mp3 Audio: Pig Out & Cut Down

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Both of these idioms can be used to talk about eating. Today, I’m going to show you how they are used. Listen to the lesson and read the text! [powerpress url=”http://blog.myhappyenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Pig-Out-and-cut-down1.mp3″] Pig out is a verb and means “to overeat” or “to eat too much.” I always pig out when I go to a buffet restaurant. Jack said he pigged …