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2020.06.05 14:36

Ryan’s Phrasal Verb Of The Day: Take Off

Meaning (1): Leave

(person or plane)

Example: “Guys I need to wake up early tomorrow morning so I’m going to take off.”

Meaning (2): Improve

Example: “I think the business is really starting to take off now, sales are up and we have more customers.”

Meaning (3): Remove

Example: “Please take off your shoes before entering the room.”

See ya!
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Comments

  • Lily 2020.06.05 14:39

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    sorry I can hear you voice clear. what's happening? is my earphones doesn't work
  • Yavi 2020.06.05 14:44

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    Something happened to your microphone 😅
  • Adolpho Moreira 2020.06.05 14:45

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    @Ryan after 39 seconds the audio becomes inaudible my friend
  • Diego 2020.06.05 14:47

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    @Ryan thank you Ryan you are my hero!
  • Ryan 2020.06.05 14:49

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    Sorry guys! My silly thumb. This should be clearer.
  • Yavi 2020.06.05 14:51

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    @Ryan much better. Thanks a lot!
  • Lily 2020.06.05 14:53

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    @Ryan so glad that you can share those sentences for us
  • Angie 2020.06.05 14:55

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    @Ryan thank you very much 😉
  • 老王 Lao Wang 2020.06.05 16:01

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    Hahahaha, only heard “see you”, funny, ok, let’s see you!
  • David 2020.06.05 16:05

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    @Ryan Thank you so much . This is really helpful
  • jessica 芮rui莹ying 2020.06.05 22:22

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    Oops, naughty thumb.😉Good night! Sweet dreams!🌛
  • May星空 2020.06.06 08:49

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