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Phrasal Verb and Idioms

12 English Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for Learning & Improving 4 skills | Lesson...

1. to do without: survive or exist without something (also: to go without) Ex: With prices so high now, I'll have to do without a new suit this year. ...

12 English Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for Learning & Improving 4 skills | Lesson...

1. to blow out: to explode, to go flat (for tires); to extinguish by blowing Ex: On our trip to Colorado, one of the car tires blew out when...

12 English Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for Learning & Improving 4 skills | Lesson...

1. on one's toes: alert, cautious This idiom is usually used with the verbs stay and keep. Ex: It's important for all the players on a soccer team to stay...
Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking intermediate Lesson2-01

12 English Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for Learning & Improving 4 skills | Lesson...

1. inside out: with the inside facing the outside Ex: Someone should tell little Bobby that his shirt is inside out. Ex: The high winds ruined the umbrella by...
Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking intermediate Lesson 1-01

12 English Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for Learning & Improving 4 skills | Lesson...

1. to eat in/to eat out: to eat at home/to eat in a restaurant Example: I feel too tired to go out for dinner. Let's eat in again tonight. ...

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 13 – Elementary Level

1. to break down: to stop functioning Compare this idiom with to burn out in Lesson 12. To burn out means that electrical equipment becomes hot from overuse and stops functioning. To...

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 12 – Elementary Level

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...

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 11 – Elementary Level

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...

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 10 – Elementary Level

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...

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms for English Speaking | Lesson 9 – Elementary Level

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,...

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