Lesson 54: English Phrasal Verb Bank On | Phrasal Verbs

Lesson 54: English Phrasal Verb Bank On

This is the phrasal verb ‘Bank On’ which has one meaning. This lesson describes that it means to base your hopes on something or someone. We recommend that listening to this English phrasal verb audio lesson until the end, then do the exercises below to practice and to see if you understand how to use it in context.

Using the Phrasal Verb: Bank On

Decide which sentence uses the phrasal verb ‘Bank On‘ correctlyPhrasal Verb Bank On? Leave a comment on our website in the comment section below with your answer.

A. We couldn’t go to the bank on Sunday.

B. We couldn’t bank on the bank to be open on Sunday.

C. We couldn’t put the bank on our list for Sunday.

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Lesson 47: English Phrasal Verb Look Up 2

The phrasal verb ‘Look Up’ is used in two different ways. In this lesson, we tell you that it meanPhrasal Verb Look Up 2 copys to search for something. Listen to this English audio lesson,then make sure to do the exercises below to see if you understand how to use it in context.

Using the Phrasal Verb: Rule Out

Decide which sentence uses the phrasal verb ‘Look Up‘ correctly? Leave a comment on our website in the comment section below with your answer.

A. We couldn’t look up the car today without a map.

B. We couldn’t look up where we were going in the car today without a map.

C. We couldn’t look up over the car today without a map.

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Lesson 40: English Phrasal Verb Make Out (3 of 3)

The phrasal verb ‘make out’ is used in three different ways. In this lesson, we show you the meaning to hear something or understand something. Listen to the whole English audio lesson, then do the exercises below to check and see if you understand how to use it in context.

Using the Phrasal Verb: Make OutPhrasal Verb Make Out 3

Decide which sentence uses the phrasal verb ‘Make out’ correctly? Leave your answer here

A. I couldn’t make out in the English dialogue.

B. I couldn’t make out the English dialogue.

C. I couldn’t make it out the English dialogue.

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Lesson 33: English Phrasal Verb Rule Out

The phrasal verb ‘Rule Out’ is used in one way. Today we explain that it meanPhrasal Verb Rule Outs to eliminate. Listen to the English audio lesson, do the exercises below to check and see if you understand how to use it in context.

Using the Phrasal Verb: Rule Out

Decide which sentence uses the phrasal verb ‘Rule Out‘ correctly? 

A. I couldn’t rule out at the grocery store today.

B. I couldn’t rule out going to the grocery store today.

C. I couldn’t rule out in the grocery store today.

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