5 common phrasal verbs for English learners in your speaking

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5 common phrasal verbs for English learners in your speaking

  1. Look forward to (excited about something in the future)
  • I'm looking forward to my vacation.
  • I'm looking forward to seeing my brother this weekend.
  1. Get along with (have a good relationship)
  • I don't get along with my brother.
  1. Put up with (to tolerate – something that you may not like, but you have to do or deal with)
  • She puts up with the metro/subway every day.
  1. Give up something (stop doing/quit something)
  • He wants to give up smoking.
  1. Put off (postpone/push back in time)
  • Don't put off clearing your room.

2 Comments 5 common phrasal verbs for English learners in your speaking

    1. Jeffrey

      I guess you need to practice and record yourself. if possible, you might attend mock test before exam. It will help you to reduce your stress.

      Reply

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