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2020.06.09 14:42
Ryan’s Phrasal Verb Of The Day: Brush Up

Meaning (1): Refresh, review sth

Example: “I haven’t played competitive football since January so I need to brush up on my skills before the new season.”

Meaning (2): Make (often small) changes to improve

Example: “I’m going to give a big presentation at work tomorrow but I think I need to brush up on my conclusion, it’s not as engaging and impressive as I would like.”

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  • albert.english 2020.06.09 14:47

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    Did I say good? I'm Spanish
  • 青芜 2020.06.09 14:51

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    😃
  • _____naniscol 2020.06.09 14:52

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    Thank you😊
  • B. 2020.06.09 15:08

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    Much obliged Ryan🥰. All your "Moments" are cleverly chosen to improve English for non-native speakers, but this time you hit the nail in the head😉. "Phrasal verb" 😬. I was about to spend less time learning English because I was discouraged when I came across pheasant verbs. Thanks again Ryan. Take care of yourself and your parents.
  • Orlando Baez 2020.06.09 15:24

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    I Will have a test tomorrow so i must brush up this night. Me ayudan?
  • jessica 芮rui莹ying 2020.06.09 21:46

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    Good night! Sleep tight!🌛

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