Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 7 - Elementary Level 1. to point out: to show, to indicate, to bring to one's attention Ex: What important buildings did the tour guide point out to you? Ex: The...
Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 4 - Elementary Level 1. to take part in: to be involved in, to participate in (also: to be in on) Example: Martin was sick and could not take part in...
1. to dress up: to wear formal clothes, to dress very nicely Ex: We should definitely dress up to go to the theater. Ex: You don't have to dress up for Mike's party. 2. at last: finally, after a long...
1. to keep out: not to enter, not allow to enter Ex: There was a large sign outside the door that said, "Danger! Keep out!" Ex: I've told you to keep the dog out of the house. 2. to keep...
Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 6 - Elementary Level 1. under the weather: not feeling well, sick Ex: John stayed home from work because he was feeling under the weather. Ex: When you cat cold, you...
1. to wake up: to arise from sleep, to awaken Compare wake up and get up as used in the first example. Example: Marge woke up this morning very early, but she did not get up until about ten o'clock. ...
Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 1 - Elementary Level 1. to get in/to get on: to enter or to board a vehicle To get in is used for cars; to get on is used for all other...
Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 5 - Elementary Level 1. to shake hands: to exchange greetings by clasping hands Ex: When people meet for the first time, they usually shake hands. Ex: The student warmly shook...
1. to make sure: to be sure, to ascertain (also: to make certain) Ex: Please make sure that you turn off the radio before you go out. Ex: Could you make certain of the time? I don't want to...
1. up to date: modern; current, timely Hyphens (-) separate the parts of this idiom when it precedes a noun form, as in the third example. The verb to update derives from this idiom. Ex: The president insisted that the...

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