The Better Way to Learn Phrasal Verbs

So many students HATE phrasal verbs because they can be confusing to learn.

We can show you how to learn phrasal verbs in a way that you aren’t going to hate. Fun audio lessons, lots of examples and entertaining stories will help you to understand these verbs faster.

Phrasal verbs are part of everyday communication in English and are often the preferred verb to use by native speakers. In order to master English and truly reach an advanced level, you need to tackle this part of English grammar. We are here to help you with the Phrasal Verb Course.

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Phrasal Verbs in the Course
  • Act up 1
  • Act Up 2
  • Think Over
  • Take Off 1
  • Take Off 2
  • Take Off 3
  • Take Off 4
  • Run Down 1
  • Run Down 2
  • Track Down
  • Act Like
  • backup 1
  • backup 2
  • backup 3
  • Own Up
  • Slip Up
  • Back Down
  • Pan Out
  • pass out
  • hand out
  • Luck Out
  • Add Up 1
  • Add Up 2
  • to Pick on
  • get away
  • Give in
  • Go Back on
  • Pitch In
  • Zonk Out
  • Hit it Off
  • Goof off
  • pass away
  • rule out
  • wipe out
  • watch out
  • put off
  • put up with
  • Make out 1
  • Make out 2
  • Make out 3
  • point out
  • stick up for
  • fall apart 1
  • fall apart 2
  • Call Off
  • Look Up 1
  • Look Up 2
  • Pull over
  • block off
  • iron out
  • keep on
  • take over
  • write down
  • bank on
  • black out
  • wait on
  • throw up
  • Turn Up 1
  • Turn up 2
  • Turn up 3
  • roll up 1
  • roll up 2
  • roll down
  • hold on 1
  • hold on 2
  • hold on 3
  • hold on 4
  • rub in
  • Screw up
  • Stop over
  • drive through
  • break down 1
  • break down 2
  • Play Down
  • Sink In 1
  • Sink In 2
  • tie in with
  • stand up 1
  • stand up 2
  • stand up 3
  • bend over 1
  • bend over 2
  • Print Out
  • rip off 1
  • rip off 2
  • move up 1
  • move up 2
  • move over
  • Sum up
  • Talk into
  • Rat out
  • Polish Off
  • talk over 1
  • talk over 2
  • Tell on
  • Use up
  • Wait around
  • Walk in
  • Walk in (On)
  • fired up
  • ask about
  • bargain for
  • Walk Up
  • put on 1
  • put on 2
  • take up 1
  • take up 2
  • take up 3
  • Zone in
  • to be up for
  • wash down 1
  • Wash Down 2
  • pass by 1
  • pass by 2
  • write off 1
  • write off 2
  • write off 3
  • hand over
  • be in on
  • fix up
  • fire away 1
  • fire away 2
  • take back 1
  • take back 2
  • blurt out
  • find out about
  • find out
  • pass on 1
  • pass on 2
  • pass on 3
  • charge up 1
  • charge up 2
  • freak out
  • cry out
  • get over 1
  • get over 2
  • get over 3
  • cater to
  • pig out
  • let off
  • go together 1
  • go together 2
  • go together 3
  • max out
  • Wear away
  • barge into 1
  • barge into 2
  • cut out 1
  • cut out 2
  • cut out 3
  • be cut out for
  • Water Down 1
  • water down 2
  • ask for 1
  • ask for 2
  • Weed Out
  • get through 1
  • get through 2
  • get through 3
  • chicken out
  • get in 1
  • get in 2
  • mull over
  • fizzle out
  • beat up
  • belt out
  • get on 1
  • get on 2
  • get on 3
  • see off
  • check in 1
  • check in 2
  • get out
  • take in 1
  • take in 2
  • call up
  • hold up 1
  • hold up 2
  • hold up 3
  • chase off
  • do up 1
  • do up 2
  • look up to
  •  go over 1
  • go over 2
  • check out 1
  • check out 2
  • check out 3
  • check out 4
  • boil down to
  • get up 1
  • get up 2
  • take on 1
  • take on 2
  • take on 3
  • look out
  • look out 2
  • calm down
  • die down
  • call back
  • deal with 1
  • deal with 2
  • deal with 3
  • deal with 4
  • clam up
Part 2 of the Lesson List
  • bump into 1
  • bump into 2
  • take down 1
  • take down 2
  • get off
  • burn out 1
  • burn out 2
  • clamp down on
  • break off 1
  • break off 2
  • run over
  • go after
  • go after 2
  • look into
  • fish for
  • look after
  • look after 2
  • slip on
  • slip on 2
  • get across
  • catch up 1
  • catch up 2
  • catch up 3
  • get along
  • get along 2
  • get by
  • look forward
  • come back
  • come back (with) 2
  • fill in 1
  • fill in 2
  • fill in 3
  • get together 1
  • get together 2
  • join in
  • bring up 1
  • bring up 2
  • fall out 1
  • falling out 2
  • get down (to)
  • get down 2
  • hand in
  • look away
  • run out
  • run out 2
  • Zone in
  • to be up for
  • wash down 1
  • Wash Down 2
  • pass by 1
  • pass by 2
  • write off 1
  • write off 2
  • write off 3
  • hand over
  • be in on
  • fix up
  • fire away 1
  • fire away 2
  • take back 1
  • take back 2
  • blurt out
  • find out about
  • find out
  • pass on 1
  • pass on 2
  • pass on 3
  • charge up 1
  • charge up 2
  • freak out
  • cry out
  • get over 1
  • get over 2
  • get over 3
  • cater to
  • pig out
  • let off
  • go together 1
  • go together 2
  • go together 3
  • max out
  • Wear away
  • barge into 1
  • barge into 2
  • cut out 1
  • cut out 2
  • cut out 3
  • be cut out for
  • Water Down 1
  • water down 2
  • ask for 1
  • ask for 2
  • Weed Out
  • get through 1
  • get through 2
  • get through 3
  • chicken out
  • get in 1
  • get in 2
  • mull over
  • fizzle out
  • beat up
  • belt out
  • get on 1
  • get on 2
  • get on 3
  • see off
  • check in 1
  • check in 2
  • get out
  • take in 1
  • take in 2
  • call up
  • hold up 1
  • hold up 2
  • hold up 3
  • chase off
  • do up 1
  • do up 2
  • look up to
  •  go over 1
  • go over 2
  • check out 1
  • check out 2
  • check out 3
  • check out 4
  • boil down to
  • get up 1
  • get up 2
  • take on 1
  • take on 2
  • take on 3
  • look out
  • look out 2
  • calm down
  • die down
  • call back
  • deal with 1
  • deal with 2
  • deal with 3
  • deal with 4
  • clam up
  • bump into 1
  • bump into 2
  • take down 1
  • take down 2
  • get off
  • burn out 1
  • burn out 2
  • clamp down on
  • break off 1
  • break off 2
  • run over
  • go after
  • go after 2
  • look into
  • fish for
  • look after
  • look after 2
  • slip on
  • slip on 2
  • get across
  • catch up 1
  • catch up 2
  • catch up 3
  • get along
  • get along 2
  • get by
  • look forward
  • come back
  • come back (with) 2
  • fill in 1
  • fill in 2
  • fill in 3
  • get together 1
  • get together 2
  • join in
  • bring up 1
  • bring up 2
  • fall out 1
  • falling out 2
  • get down (to)
  • get down 2
  • hand in
  • look away
  • run out
  • run out 2

250 Phrasal Verb Lessons + 25 Phrasal Verb Stories

Each phrasal verb lesson is 2-3 minutes long and it is an audio track you can listen to. A transcription is available to help if you want to study the examples or understand what you are hearing better.

First, you will hear one sentence using the phrasal verb in the lesson. Next, you will hear an alternative verb that is not a phrasal verb to help you understand the meaning of the sentence. There are 2 examples in each lesson that use the phrasal verb and an alternative verb.

To help you understand the phrasal verbs being used in context, you can listen to some of the crazy stories we created that will use 10 phrasal verbs from the previous 10 lessons. Learn how to understand phrasal verbs with multiple meanings and quickly review the phrasal verbs you have learned by listening to the stories 🙂

 

This is how our course has helped Alexey:

I wanted to tell you that my elder 6 year old son and I find your phrasal verbs podcasts very useful! We particularly like that each lesson gives sample sentences with both the phrasal verb and an alternative wording.  It appears to me that this makes it easier for the brain to retain the uses of a new phrasal verb, as the new phrasal verb gets linked in the brain not only to the context and the definition but also to the alternative way to get across the same meaning of the whole sentence.

Alexey M.

Russia

Bargain For

by Real English Conversations | Phrasal Verb Lesson

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Lesson 102: Bargain for

Alternative: To get a better price, more value or a bonus, negotiate.

Example 1:

  • At garage sales it is common to bargain for a better price than what is advertised.
  • At garage sales it is common to negotiate for a better price than what is advertised.

Example 2:

  • When I received my camera it came with a camera case which was more than I bargained for.
  • When I received my camera it came with a camera case which was a bonus.

Phrasal Verb Stories

The phrasal verb stories are going to help you to connect the meaning to the phrasal verb lessons because they are interesting and entertaining. There is no better way to learn a phrasal verb than hearing it used in context. Here is an example of the phrasal verb ‘bargain for’ being used in the phrasal verb story:

 

Phrasal Verb Story

by Real English Conversations

Phrasal Verb Transcription

Jennifer was at the market and she decided to ask about (inquire about) a painting that was for sale. She walked up (approached on foot) to the painting, put on (to wear) her glasses and really started zoning in (focusing) on the detail. The person that was selling it noticed she was interested and asked if she had any questions. She wanted to know when he took up (started the hobby) painting because the work was amazing.

After telling the artist how much she liked the painting, she decided to bargain for (ask for a deal) a slightly better price than the $500 it was advertised for. She asked if he would be up for (willing) accepting an offer of $400 for the painting.

The artist put on (acted) like the painting took more than 300 hours to complete and how it took up (used time) a lot of his time to paint it. Jennifer only had $400, so she told the artist she couldn’t buy it right then. He finally decided to take her up (accept) on the offer and he sold the painting.

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Lessons in the Course

250 Phrasal Verb Lessons

  • Short Audio Lessons with a MP3 Download
  • 2 Examples of the Verb Being Used in Each Lesson
  • Hear the examples using a ‘non-phrasal verb’ to help you understand the meaning better
  • PDF Transcripts are available so you can read and listen

25 Phrasal Verb Stories

  • See 10 Phrasal Verbs from the Previous Lessons used in Context
  • Helps you to understand phrasal verbs with multiple meanings
  • Review phrasal verbs you have learned quickly by listening to a funny or interesting story
  • Transcript available to help you understand everything better
  • Download the Stories and PDF documents for the Phrasal Verb Stories
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