Phrasal Verbs

Lesson 211: Burn Out #1 | English Phrasal Verb

Burn Out #1 English Phrasal Verb

The English phrasal verb ‘Burn Out’ has multiple meanings. The explanation we will learn in this lesson is when a light stops working. The examples below are great for you to practice talking about it the right way!

 

Phrasal Verb: Burn Out

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Burn Out #1

Alternative Meaning: When a light stops working.

Example 1:

  • It’s time to change the light bulb because that one is going to burn out soon.
  • It’s time to change the light bulb because that one is going to stop working soon.

Example 2:

  • If you leave your lights on, they will burn out sooner.
  • If you leave your lights on, they will stop working sooner.

 

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Take Down: Conversation Style Lesson | English Phrasal Verb Podcast

Take Down #1 English Phrasal Verb

In this lesson, we are going to continue talking about the phrasal verb ‘take down’.

Hear us use ‘take down’ in a few different ways that are natural and unscripted. We want you to hear how native speakers use this in real life to build your confidence of hearing it in different situations.

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Lesson 208: Take Down #1 | English Phrasal Verb

Take Down #1 English Phrasal Verb

Today we have another free English phrasal verb lesson for ‘Take Down’ which has 2 meanings for this phrasal verb. This one means to write something down so you can remember it in the future. The examples will show you how native speaker would use it in the correct context.

 

Phrasal Verb: Take Down

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Take Down #1

Alternative Meaning: To write something so you can remember it later

Example 1:

  • Take down my phone number and call me if you have any questions.
  • Write down my phone number and call me if you have any questions.

Example 2:

  • If you don’t take down any notes, you will probably forget some information.
  • If you don’t write any notes, you will probably forget some information.

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Lesson 205: Clam Up | English Phrasal Verb Course

Clam Up English Phrasal Verb

Today we will have some fun learning the English phrasal verb ‘Clam Up’ and it means to stop talking or to refuse to speakWe have created real examples that are going to help you to use it correctly when you want to practice speaking.

 

Phrasal Verb: Clam Up

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Clam Up

Alternative Meaning: To stop talking or to refuse to speak

Example 1:

  • The suspect clammed up when the police asked him questions.
  • The suspect refused to talk when the police asked him questions.

Example 2:

  • I always clam up on the first date because I’m shy and nervous.
  • I always stop talking on the first date because I’m shy and nervous.

 

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Lesson 202: Deal With #2 | English Phrasal Verbs

Deal With #2 English Phrasal Verb

In this English phrasal verb lesson, we teach you how to use ‘Deal With’ and this is one of the 2 meanings for this phrasal verb. This meaning is used for talking about how to manage someone. Have a look at the following examples to get the idea and understanding of how we use it correctly.

 

Phrasal Verb: Deal With 2

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Deal with #2

Alternative Meaning: To manage someone

Example 1:

  • I have to deal with my brother because he is upset.
  • I have to talk to my brother because he is upset.

Example 2:

  • If you deal with the customers that want to pay, Shannon can deal with the person on the phone.
  • If you manage the customers that want to pay, Shannon can manage the person on the phone.

 

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Lesson 196: Look Out | English Phrasal Verb Course

Look Out English Phrasal Verb

‘Look Out’ is an English phrasal verb with 2 meanings and the meaning you will learn from this lesson is extremely important because it is used when you want to tell someone to be careful or to protect them from danger. The following examples were created for you to practice with and to show you how to use it correctly when you need to.

 

Phrasal Verb: Look Out

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Look Out

Alternative Meaning: To be careful or to protect someone from danger

Example 1:

  • The sidewalk has a hole in it that you should look out for.
  • The sidewalk has a hole in it that you should be careful of.

Example 2:

  • Jonathan was always looking out for his little sister.
  • Jonathan was always protecting his little sister from dangerous things.

 

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Lesson 190: Boil Down To | English Phrasal Verb

Boil Down To English Phrasal Verb

In this lesson, you are going to learn how to use the English phrasal verb ‘Boil Down To’ and the meaning of it is to be the main reason for something. The examples we have created for you will show you the right way of using this in context.

 

Phrasal Verb: Boil Down To

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Boil Down To 

Alternative Meaning: to summarize main reason for something or the most basic part of something.

Example 1:

  • This problem boils down to bad communication between the management and employees.
  • This problem summarizes to the bad communication between the management and employees.

Example 2:

  • If I had to boil it down to the highlights of the trip, I would say it was surfing and seeing the carnival.
  • If I had to summarize the highlights of the trip, I would say it was surfing and seeing the carnival.

 

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Lesson 184: Go Over #1 | English Phrasal Verbs with Examples

 

Go Over #1 English Phrasal Verbs

In this lesson, you are going to learn how to use the English phrasal verb ‘Go Over’. This is one of 2 meanings for this phrasal verb. This one is a bit difficult to explain, but it means ‘how something is perceived or received’. We have the examples that are going to help you understand it perfectly!

 

Phrasal Verb: Get Over

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Go Over #1

Alternative Meaning:  How something is received

Example 1:

  • The president was hoping his speech would go over well.
  • The president was hoping the speech would be received well by the audience.

Example 2:

  • My first day on the job did not go over well, I think they probably want to fire me already.
  • My first day on the job had lots of problems and the employer did not seem impressed. I think they probably want to fire me already.

 

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Lesson 178: Hold Up #2 | English Phrasal Verb Lesson

Hold Up #2 English Phrasal Verbs in stories

Here is another English phrasal verb with multiple meanings but this one is used almost daily ‘Hold Up’ means to have a delay in a certain situation. Below we have some examples you can use when this happens to you and you want to talk about this in the most natural English way!

 

Phrasal Verb: Hold Up

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Hold Up #2

Alternative Meaning:  To have a delay

Example 1:

  • The traffic held me up a bit, so I was late for my appointment.
  • The traffic delayed me a bit, so I was late for my appointment.

Example 2:

  • The senior citizen had lots of questions and was holding up the line at the bank.
  • The senior citizen had lots of questions and was delaying the line at the bank.

 

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Lesson 172: Check In #2 | English Phrasal Verb Practice Lesson

Check In #2 English Phrasal Verb audio

Here is one of our most common English phrasal verb lessons ‘Check In’. There are 2 meanings for this phrasal verb but today we will teach you to use it when you are contacting someone you know to let them know what you are doing. We are now going to give you some perfect ways to use ‘Check In’ correctly with these examples.

 

Phrasal Verb: Check In

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Check In #2

Alternative Meaning:  To contact someone to let them know your status

Example 1:

  • Paul’s dad asked Paul to check in with him once he safely arrived home.
  • Paul’s dad asked Paul to make contact with him once he safely arrived home.

Example 2:

  • When you live with your parents, they like you to check in when you arrive home.
  • When you live with your parents, they like you to make contact with them when you arrive home.

 

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