Lesson 82: Bend Over #2 | English Phrasal Verb | Phrasal Verbs

Lesson 82: Bend Over #2 | English Phrasal Verb Lesson

Bend Over #2

Here is a great English phrasal verb ‘Bend Over’ and it has more than one meaning. This lesson will show you that it means to fold or flex something. The examples in this lesson describe the perfect way to use this phrasal verb correctly and how to understand the meaning clearly.

 

Phrasal Verb: Bend Over

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Bend Over #2

Alternative Meaning:  To fold or flex something

Example 1:

  • To mark the last page she was reading, she bent the corner over.
  • To mark the last page she was reading, she folded the corner of the page.

Example 2:

  • The tree was bent over because the wind was blowing very hard.
  • The tree was flexed toward the ground because the wind was blowing so hard.

 

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Lesson 75: English Phrasal Verb Sink In 1

This English phrasal verb ‘Sink In’ has two different meanings. In the first lesson, we discuss that ‘Sink In’ means to accept something. Listen to this English audio lesson all the way through to hear 2 additional examples of how it is used in everyday life.

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Example:

  • The fact that I had the job of my dreams was finally starting to sink in after 2 months.
  • My best friend has moved away and it is sinking in that I can’t visit her anymore.

 

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The phrasal verb ‘Rub In’ has one meaning. In this lesson, we discuss that ‘Rub In’ means to massage something until it absorbs. Listen to this audio lesson and then practice using it.Rub in English Phrasal Verb

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‘Roll Up’ has two different meanings. In this first lesson, we discuss that ‘Roll Up’ means to curl something into a roll. Practice Listening to this English audio lesson more than once if you feel you need to.English Phrasal Verb Roll up 1

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