*Use this video to help your pronunciation too! During the video listen to the example sentences and then use the time after you listen to repeat the sentence for pronunciation practice. If you are in a public place, like a cafe or a park it’s okay to just repeat the sentence in your head!
Here’s why repeating practice with full sentence examples is great! Even though the focus of the video is learning a phrasal verb, you are also hearing adjectives, idioms, prepositions and more used in natural English. This is very helpful! It’s how we learn our own native languages! We hear it in natural use.
Why are phrasal verbs important?
Phrasal verbs are extremely common in casual English, learning to use phrasal verbs correctly will help you sound natural in casual conversation.
“Phrasal verbs are important because they are extremely common in informal English, and unless you are familiar with their meanings, understanding informal language will be difficult. In addition, learning to use phrasal verbs correctly will help you sound natural in casual conversation.”
Jane Mairs, Director of English language Learning Publishing
The best way to learn the definitions is to listen to the phrasal verbs with sentences. I will list the verbs and then give you natural example sentences that you can use right away.
such as jewellery, cameras, etc.
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+ adj. You seem happy.
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