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2020.07.16 13:56

Ryan’s Phrasal Verb Of The Day: Run Over

Meaning (1): Practice

sth

Example: “Ok, ok. I’m almost ready. Let’s run over the performance one more time and then we can begin.”

Meaning (2): Last longer than expected

Example: “I had, like, so much fun last night. The date ran over by more than one hour. It was totally awesome!”

Meaning (3): Someone or sth is injured

Example: “That stupid bike ran over my foot and now I can’t walk!”

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Comments

  • marina 2020.07.16 14:01

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    I would like you make / do a podcast like Luke's English podcast.
  • Albérico Rios 2020.07.16 14:09

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    Obrigado!👏
  • Sara 2020.07.16 14:11

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    Thanks for the explanation 😊
  • Sara 2020.07.16 14:11

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    Have a nice dayy
  • Mery Sandoval 2020.07.16 14:13

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    Thank you, Ryan
  • Crystal Tapia 2020.07.16 14:23

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    Gracias 😊 me gusta el cambio de voz !! 😅
  • Pablo Diaz 2020.07.16 14:27

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    Estuvo genial ! Gracias
  • 老王 Lao Wang 2020.07.16 14:32

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    还是你说得更有趣形象!
  • Marie 2020.07.16 14:35

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    Which accent is the third one?

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