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2021.08.23 23:41
💡ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS💡

Phrasal verbs can be quite challenging to learn especially for non-native English speakers, but they are equally as important as other verbs! We use them on a daily basis so I recommend to not disregard them.

Is there a phrasal verb on the list that you are not familiar with? Let me know! 🤔
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  • zilenglish 2021.08.23 23:44

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    "Give out", what does it mean? Great post by the way, thank you!!
  • Michael 2021.08.23 23:46

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    If I'm not wrong some can be used on specific occasions, right?
  • Jas 2021.08.23 23:49

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    @zilenglish Depending on the context, it could mean: to distribute OR to inform OR to break down OR to run out OR to emit. This is what makes phrasal verbs difficult, one verb can mean multiple things.
  • Josué Díaz 2021.08.23 23:51

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    @zilenglish tiene varios significados según el contexto 😅 Puede ser repartir: I'm giving out all my candies. Cuando una máquina u objeto deja de funcionar (se rinde): His heart gave out a month before the surgery. Solo recuerdo esos 2, pero sé que hay otros significados 😅
  • zilenglish 2021.08.23 23:51

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    @Jas Oh thank you! I will look for examples!! Thank you so much Jas!! 👍😉☺
  • Julio 2021.08.23 23:57

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    Gracias 🤓👍♥
  • Gustavo 2021.08.24 00:01

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    Phrasal verbs always has been quite challenging for me. Thanks for sharing
  • zilenglish 2021.08.24 00:02

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    @Josué Díaz Muchas gracias!!
  • Jas 2021.08.24 00:09

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    @Michael Yes. Most phrasal verbs have multiple meanings.
  • Michael 2021.08.24 00:12

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    @Jas I guess that many have more than one meaning, but also can have the same meaning than other phrasal verbs, is it?
  • Michael 2021.08.24 00:14

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    @Jas of course but I think I've not explained myself very well... That's why I commented again
  • Bastián Andrés Layseca 2021.08.24 00:19

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    @Jas Thank Jas for the phrasal verbs list!

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