100 phrasal verbs - Pep up your English and sound like a native speaker (B1+)
English language students often ask "How can I sound more like a native speaker? Well that?s exactly where phrasal verbs come in.
"look at, look into, look for, look after, look up, look out"- one verb 6 different meanings.
Adding a tiny word after the verb can make a big difference. So, it?s important to get your phrasal verbs right. Phrasal verbs are the key to idiomatic English and they are really most useful.
If you get up late in the morning and don?t get your train, you will get to work late and that may get you into big trouble, you may even get fired. With phrasal verbs you can get by in most situations.
Are you curious now? Then find out more about phrasal verbs, get some top tips to learn phrasal verbs and become more confident in communicating in English.
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