phrasal verbs

Four types of phrasal verbs

LEARN ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS

What are the 4 different types of phrasal verbs in English? When is a phrasal verb separable or inseparable? Do you always need an object? Watch this video lesson to find out everything you've always wanted to know about phrasal verbs! 

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Pick up

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English phrasal verbs can be confusing to learn because they can have so many different meanings depending on the context. However, they are really useful and will make you sound much more natural when speaking English. The phrasal verb pick up is particularly useful as it has so many different meanings. Watch the video to learn more... 

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Fall for

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Have you ever fallen for anyone? Do you fall for everyone's jokes all the time? Watch the video and learn all about fall for and how to use English phrasal verbs... 

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Look up

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Are things looking up for you? Who do you look up to? Watch this video lesson and find out all the meanings of look up to help you understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Get on

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Do you get on with your family? How are you getting on at work? Find out the meanings to get onin this video lesson to help you understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Break down

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Has your car ever broken down? Have you ever broken down? Find out all the meanings of break down in this video lesson to help you understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Bring up

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Who brought you up? Do you avoid bringing certain subjects up in conversation? Find out how to use bring up to learn more about English phrasal verbs... 

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Come across

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How do you come across when you meet new people? How do you feel when you come acrosssomething interesting by chance? Learn all the meanings of come across to help you understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Put up

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How do you put up with people you don't like? Do you always put up a good fight? What does it mean to 'put up or shut up'? Find out all the uses of put up to understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Turn off

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What or who turns you off? Do you turn everything off to save energy? Find out all the meanings of turn off to understand English phrasal verbs better... 

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Hold on

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Have you ever told someone you care about to hold on? What does it mean if someone tells you to hold on? What does hold on to your hat mean? Learn how to use hold on to help you understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Carry away

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When was the last time you got carried away? Do you get carried away by music? Find out how to use carried away here to help you understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Keep up

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What keeps you up at night? Can you keep up with your homework? Do you try to keep up withthe Joneses? Find out all the meanings of keep up to help you learn English phrasal verbs... 

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Make up

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Do you make up stories? Do you wear make-up? Do you always kiss and make up after an argument? Find out all the meanings of make up to help learn more about English phrasal verbs... 

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Run over

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Do you run over to your friends when you're excited to see them? Do you run over your notes before an exam? Find out all the meanings of run over to help you understand English phrasal verbs... 

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Go off

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Have you ever gone off a person or a type of food? What does it mean if a party goes off well? Find out how to use go off to help you learn about English phrasal verbs... 

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Get through

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How do you get through an exam? How do you get through to someone who doesn't understand you? Find out all the meanings of 'get through' to understand English phrasal verbs... 

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