english phrasal verbs

English Relationship expressions: idioms and phrasal verbs, drift apart, make out, make up...

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Today we have an unusual class! We will talk about idioms and phrasal verbs used to talk about relationships, there are so many of them and they are used by native speakers all the time!
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Phrasal verb GET part 2, get away, get by, get on, get over, get through final

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Phrasal verbs with 'get' are the most confusing ones! There are so many meanings, so many variants! So let's continue studying phrasal verbs, as they are part and parcel of the English language!
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Phrasal verb carry: carry away, carry off, carry on, carry out, carry through

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WITH ENGLISH SUBS! It's time to continue studying English phrasal verbs! My today's class I devoted to CARRY! There are some phrasal verbs here, which are extremely popular therefore you need to know them in order to understand native speakers better!
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English phrasal verbs - take after, take back, take down, take in

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Engish phrasal verbs can be a real pain in the ass! Oops, sorry :) Anyway, they can be really confusing and if you want to speak English fluently, you need to master them ;) Let's not TAKE these for granted!
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Phrasal verbs: get off + idioms 2 - get off one's chest/case/tail, get off high horse, get off with

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This is the second video, devoted to GET OFF idioms, here we'll talk about the following ones: get off one's high horse, get off one's back/case/tail, get off the hook, get off with somebody. Let's boost our vocabulary!
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English phrasal verbs: get off + idioms - get off the ground, one's chest, on the right foot

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Phrasal verbs can sometimes get combined with idioms and we get very interesting phrases as the result. Today let us take a sneak peek at possible combinations with GET OFF.
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№78 English phrasal verbs - look through, look for, look forward to, look ahead, back

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English phrasal verbs are a big mystery covered in myths... joking! it is just a tough but manageable topic - so let's unveil it a little further and study the verb 'look'!
 

№70 English vocabulary - Phrasal verbs: GET 1 - get up, get down, get along, get across, get in, out

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'Get' is a very popular verb in English, and adding postpositions to it changes the verb dramatically, creating a great variety of meanings! Let's study these phrasal verbs - get up, get down, get along, get across, get in, get out
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№63 Phrasal Verbs 5 + Sex and the city: be behind on, be good at, look forward to

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Here is another class devoted to English phrasal verbs! You'll master three more and enlarge your vocabulary with additional set expressions! Don't waste another second! Dive in! ;)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№59 English Phrasal Verbs 4 + Sex and the city: hook up with, fix up, try on

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Let's study some more phrasal verbs! This time they will be from "Sex and the city" TV show! As you know, phrasal verbs are one of the most challenging topics in English!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№50 English Phrasal verbs with Sherlock 3 - be about to, branch out, be better off, pull in, turn up

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It's time for us to learn some new phrasal verbs with Sherlock! This is the third episode and in it you'll study 6 more phrasal verbs! Enlarge your vocabulary and understand native speakers better!
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№47 English Phrasal verbs with Sherlock 2: get off, go off, put off, let down, let in

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Dear friends! Once again we work with our favourite TV show - "Sherlock"! Let's crack some more phrasal verbs and use them in our speech to make it more advanced ;)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№40 English Phrasal verbs with Sherlock 1: point out, fill in for, keep up appearances, put up with

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Welcome to my new idea! Today we study English Phrasal verbs with Sherlock TV series! It is going to be very exciting and useful! So here are the first 5 phrasal verbs - point out, think through, fill in for, put up with, keep up appearances. + Russian translations
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!