Lesson 199: Die Down | English Phrasal Verb

Die Down English Phrasal Verb

The English phrasal verb we are going to learn is ‘Die Down’ and when it’s used it means a situation becomes calm or less intense. Included in this lesson are examples that we have made for you to practice with to sound more natural when you are speaking and using this phrasal verb.


Phrasal Verb: Die Down

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Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Die Down

Alternative Meaning: When a situation becomes calm or less intense

Example 1:

  • The party started to die down around 3 in the morning.
  • The party started to get calmer around 3 in the Morning

Example 2:

  • Jennifer broke her leg but after an hour the pain began to die down.
  • Jennifer broke her leg but after an hour the pain was less intense.

The English Phrasal Verbs Course

Learning phrasal verbs from a list is not the best way to do it. You need to learn the meaning of phrasal verbs through the context of a situation. In our phrasal verb course, you will get two examples using the phrasal verb in each lesson. Once you have studied 10 lessons, you can test your knowledge using the phrasal verb stories.

The phrasal verb stories are the key to helping you understand the verbs that have multiple meanings and to comprehend what the phrasal verbs mean when you hear them. To learn more about the course and see an example of the lessons you will receive Click Here.

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