Hand In – English Phrasal Verb Lesson

March 21, 2018

Learn the meaning of English phrasal verb: Hand In. This phrasal verb means to submit something like an assignment.

 

Phrasal Verb Lesson: Hand In

Alternative:  To submit something (like an assignment)

Example 1:

  • The teacher told his students they had to hand in the assignment first thing tomorrow.
  • The teacher told his students they had to submit the assignment first thing tomorrow.

Example 2:

  • I think it’s a good idea to hand in your resume to as many people as you can if you want to get a job.
  • I think it’s a good idea to submit your resume to as many people as you can if you want to get a job.

 

Additional examples where this phrasal verb is used:

  • You have to hand in your report by Monday
  • You have to submit your report by Monday

 

  • Assignments that are not handed in on time will not be accepted.
  • Assignments that are not submitted on time will not be accepted.

 

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Fall Out – English Phrasal Verb Lesson

February 21, 2018

Learn the meaning of English phrasal verb: Fall Out. This phrasal verb has 2 different meanings but this lesson focuses on a problem in a relationship, a fight or a quarrel.

 

Phrasal Verb Lesson 244: Fall Out #2

Here are the examples that were used in the audio. Below, you will find 2 additional examples to help you understand how to use this phrasal verb in context.

Alternative meaning:  To fight, quarrel or have a problem in a relationship

Example 1:

  • The kids have fallen out and are no longer speaking to one another.
  • The kids had a fight and are no longer speaking to one another.

Example 2:

  • I never want to fall out with you because we are best friends.
  • I never want to have a fight with you and never speak again because we are best friends.

Additional Examples where this phrasal verb is used as a noun:

  • My mom had a falling out with her step-sister and they can’t be together in the same room anymore.
  • When I found out my friend was saying bad things about me, I confronted her and we had a falling out.

 

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Lesson 241: Bring Up #1 | English Phrasal Verb

January 21, 2018
In this lesson, you are going to learn the English phrasal verb ‘Bring Up’ and we have 2 meanings for this phrasal verb. This one means to talk about a new topic and we will help you to understand how to use it correctly with helpful examples.

 

 

Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Bring Up #1

Alternative Meaning: To talk about a new topic

Example 1:

  • I will bring up the fact I don’t like raw onions.
  • I will talk about the fact that I don’t like raw onions.

Example 2:

  • Gail likes to bring up the reasons she is rich all the time.
  • Gail likes to talk about the reasons she is rich all the time.

 

 

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Lesson 238: Get Together #1 | English Phrasal Verb

December 21, 2017

This free English phrasal verb lesson is going to teach you how to use ‘Get Together’ which has more than one use and this meaning is describing a gathering or meeting of people. The examples that we will show you will give you the best way to understand it perfectly!

  

Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Get Together #1

Alternative Meaning: A gathering or meeting of people

Example 1:

  • The family gets together on all the major holidays throughout the year.
  • The family gathers together on all the major holidays throughout the year.

Example 2:

  • We should get together and have a coffee some afternoon.
  • We should meet and have a coffee some afternoon.

 

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Lesson 235: Fill In #1 | English Phrasal Verb

November 21, 2017

This is an English phrasal verb that is used almost every day and it is ‘Fill In’. This is one of the 2 different meanings for this phrasal verb and it means to complete a blank form with your information. We will now learn how to use this in context with some helpful examples that we have created for you.

  

Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Fill In #1

Alternative Meaning: To complete a blank form with information

Example 1:

  • When I went to the dentist for the first time I had to fill in a new patient form.
  • When I went to the dentist for the first time I had to complete a new patient form.

Example 2:

  • Make sure you fill in all the necessary forms when you move to another country.
  • Make sure you complete all the necessary forms when you move to a new country.

 

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Lesson 232: Look Forward | English Phrasal Verb

September 21, 2017

Today we are going to learn all about another very interesting and common English phrasal verb ‘Look Forward’. The meaning of this phrasal verb is used when you’re anticipating or thinking about something in the future. We will give you examples for you to practice with so you can use it correctly.

  

Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Look Foward

Alternative Meaning: To anticipate or think about something in the future.

Example 1:

  • It’s normal to look forward to and upcoming vacation.
  • It’s normal to think about an upcoming vacation.

Example 2:

  • I’m looking forward to meeting my language exchange partner in Colombia in real life.
  • I’m anticipating the moment when I meet my language exchange partner in Colombia in real life.

 

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Lesson 226: Catch Up #1 | English Phrasal Verb

August 21, 2017

We can use the English phrasal verb ‘Catch Up’ in several different ways including when we want to talk about exchanging information to stay current with recent events. Look at some of our examples we have made for you to practice and understand the right way it is used in English speaking. 

 

Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Catch Up #1

Alternative Meaning: To exchange information to stay current with recent events Example 1:

  • I’m meeting Mona to catch up because I haven’t seen her for a couple months.
  • I’m meeting Mona to talk about what’s new with her because I haven’t seen her for a couple of months.

Example 2:

  • Every morning we read the newspaper to stay caught up with the news.
  • Every morning we read the newspaper so we can be current with recent events.

 

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Lesson 220: Fish For | English Phrasal Verb

June 21, 2017

The English phrasal verb ‘Fish For’ is a unique phrasal verb that means to ask or look for information. We created excellent examples just for you to practice your speaking when you are discussing this with native speakers. 

 

Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Fish For

Alternative Meaning: To ask or look for information

Example 1:

  • When I spoke to the insurance company I could tell they were fishing for more information.
  • When I spoke to the insurance company I could tell they were trying to get more information.

Example 2:

  • My mom knew the story was not true, so she started fishing for the truth with her questions.
  • My mom knew the story was not true, so she started trying to get the truth with her questions.

 

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Go After: Conversation Lesson | English Phrasal Verb Podcast

June 7, 2017

Go after can be used in a couple of different ways. In this lesson, we explain how to use it when you are talking about a sequence of events or to ‘be next’.

 

Phrasal Verb Lesson: Go After – Inseparable Phrasal Verb

Examples using sequence:

  • In the English alphabet, the letter ‘B’ comes after the letter ‘A’.

Examples using it as ‘to follow’ or ‘to be next’:

  • In this lineup of people, I will go after the person in front of me.
  • Curtis is going to jump in the pool first, then I will go after him.

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Lesson 217: Go After | English Phrasal Verb

May 21, 2017

In this lesson, you are going to learn how to use the English phrasal verb ‘Go After’ and this means to be next or follow in a certain situation.The following examples that are given below explain the exact and correct ways to use this phrasal verb just like a native speaker would. 

 

Phrasal Verbs Lesson: Go After

Alternative Meaning: To be next or follow

Example 1:

  • When you are in a line-up, you go after the person in front of you.
  • When you are in a line-up, you are next after the person in front of you.

Example 2:

  • The letter C goes after the letter B in the English alphabet
  • The letter C follows the letter B in the English alphabet

 

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