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English Grammar Launch: Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out'

teacher avatar Anthony Kelleher, BA TESOL - Founder of Sir English - English Tutor

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4 Lessons (23m)
    • 1. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' (Learn)

      8:33
    • 2. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' (Things to Note)

      3:10
    • 3. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' speaking practice (Master)

      4:50
    • 4. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' listening practice (Master)

      6:54
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English Grammar Launch is an intermediate English grammar course taught by me, Anthony, a native British English speaker. You will learn the target grammar structures at a deep level, so that you can sound more native-like when you speak English.

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  • listening and speaking practice for every single grammar structure
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Each section focuses on one, two or three target structures so that you can master each one and produce it accurately in your spoken English.

If you want to speak English more clearly, if you want to sound more native-like, or if you simply want to take your English to the next level, this course can help you achieve your goal of improving your English.

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Anthony Kelleher

BA TESOL - Founder of Sir English - English Tutor

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My name is Anthony, and I'm from London, England. I have thousands of students enrolled on my online courses, which focus on learning English as a foreign language.

I have a bachelor's degree in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and Linguistics, and I have taught thousands of students all over the world for the past 10 years. My teaching has brought me from London to China to South Korea. I have now returned to London where I run a successful language school.

More recently, I have developed my online presence under the Sir English brand and on various online course platforms. I also create materials in the ESL field.

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1. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' (Learn): the target structure for this lecture is Fraser verbs with In and Out. We're going to look at some phrase Alvar herbs in this lecture. Now, before we start. If you don't know what a phrase Alvar verb is, it's a phrase which contains a verb plus a proposition. For example, the phrase sit down is a phrase over Bob, because sit is a verb and down is a proposition. So whenever you see this structure, verb and proposition, it's probably a phrase Alvar verb. In English, there are hundreds and hundreds, For example, Sit down, stand up, go out, look up, look down! These are all Fraser Bob's thes air. Quite easy ones. But there are also some more challenging ones, which are difficult to figure out what the meaning is. We're going to look at a few in this lecture. We're going to look at Fraser Bob's that contain in and out. Let's look at the first ones that these two contain the proposition in. So the first phrase of Bob is move in. MoveOn means start to live in a new house, for example. I've just bought a new apartment. I'm moving in on Friday, so this means that person is going to start living in a new house on Friday. The next phrase of is drop in droppin means go to see someone or go somewhere for a short time. For example, let's drop in to see Chris on the way home, so this means let's visit Chris on the way home for a short time. These are the next phrase of verbs. Plug in. This means connect an electrical supply to a machine, for example, the husband says the washing machine isn't working, the wife replies, because it isn't plugged in silly. The next phrase will verb is break into, which means to illegally enter Andi steal something. For example, someone broke into my house while we were on holiday. The next phrase of herbs join in means start playing in an activity or sport, Greg says. Hi, Can I join in with your game? Wesley replies. Off course, you can play on our team. Joining means to start playing an activity or sport. Eat out means eat at a restaurant, not at home. I'm too tired to cook today. Let's eat out. Here are the next two Fraser verbs. Drop out. This means stop going to school or university before you complete your studies, so it means stop going to school or university early. Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg dropped out of university before becoming hugely successful businessmen. So Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg stopped going to university before they finished. Their studies. Fill out means to complete a form. The example is, Please fill out this document so that you can open your new bank account so fill out means to write on a document. Write your name, address, phone number, etcetera fill out. And here are the last to phrase ALS Verbs cut out means eliminate or stop doing something. I'm going to cut out chocolate for a few weeks to try and lose weight. To cut out usually refers to a food or sometimes something bad that we should stop doing and finally figure out this means find the answer to a problem. I finally figured out this puzzle. It took me hours, So those are the phrase of herbs we're going to focus on. There are 10 Fraser verbs. Some of them are easier than others. So, for example, eat out. This means to eat at a restaurant instead of eating at home. It's quite logical when you think about the structure, eat and out. Other phrase of verbs are a bit more tricky to solve. For example, figure out figure out means to solve a problem. To get the answer and cut out. Cut out has two or three meanings in English. One meaning is to use the scissors and to cut out a picture. But the meaning we're focusing on is something different. It means to stop doing something bad. For example, I'm going to cut out chocolate because I'm getting fat or I'm going to cut out junk food because it's too unhealthy. So you'll start to train your brain to master these Fraser verbs in the speaking and listening section. Now let's quickly look at the structure off Fraser verbs. So I mentioned earlier. The basic structure is a verb plus a proposition, so propositions could be, for example, in out on down, up etcetera, for example, everyone stood up and walked out off the room. That's the basic structure, But remember, we're focusing on the Fraser verbs that contain in and out, so that we can just start a master, the structure and train up rain to understand the meanings off thes phrase of ups and move on to the next lecture. I'll see you there. 2. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' (Things to Note): Here are some things to note for the Fraser verbs with focusing on and Fraser verbs in general. Remember, I said, there are hundreds and hundreds in English. These are some things that you have to note. So, as I said, there are hundreds, probably thousands off raisel verbs in English, some more common than others. The ones in this lecture are very commonly used. Some Fraser verbs in English are very logical and easy to understand. For example, stand up sit down, but some are more difficult to understand without knowing the meaning. For example, drop out and figure out. Remember, dropout means to stop studying at school or university early, and figure out means to find out the answer to a problem. Here's the next thing that you should note a phrase. Alvar Bob can also be followed by another proposition, depending on the following noun. So the basic structure of a phrase Alvar biz the plus proposition. But there could be another proposition after, for example, sit down on the chair on is the extra proposition because with sitting on the chair, another example is run away from the man. So sometimes, depending on the following noun on the meaning. We can add another proposition to the phrase of UB. And finally, Fraser verbs can change tents just like other verbs. You only need to change the first part. The verb off the phrase of UB, for example, the phrase ill verb pick up can change tents to picking up. Picked up Andi have picked up. Those are just a few things for you to remember. Andi note for using phrase Alvar Abs. Now the speaking and listening practice is next. Make sure you complete those lectures and download the MP threes so that you can train your brain to master Fraser verbs within and out. 3. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' speaking practice (Master): speaking practice for these phrases. Verbs. Listen to the sentence. Then pause the video on. Repeat after me. Think about the structure we studied. Train your brain to master thes phrase. Alvar verbs. Let's get started. The company is moving in to its new offices next month. It's going to be a really busy period. Hi, Jack. Can I drop in to talk about something later? Sure. What time do you want to come? Don't plug in the hair dryer. I think it has a problem. So it could be dangerous. Paul didn't want to join in with class activities today. Is he feeling OK? The professional criminals broke into the bank and stole more than $1 million in cash. What would you like for your birthday dinner tonight? Let's eat out at the Chinese buffet restaurant. Studying at university and working at the same time is very tiring. But I'm not going to drop out. I'm determined to finish my studies. Hello, madam. Please fill out this form and we can open your account today. My daughter has a skin allergy. So we decided to cut out dairy products from her diet. It might help, sir. I can't figure out the answer to question four. Could you please help me? John and I are having some problems with the business, but we're figuring out how to solve them. I told Jane to cut out Facebook because she's using it too much. Sir, would you please fill out this short questionnaire? It will only take one minute to complete. I dropped out of school when I was just 13 but I managed to turn my life around and start my own business. We need to stop eating out so often. It's costing too much money. Oh, my God. Call the police. Someone is breaking into that car over there. Hey, Matthew, don't just sit on the side. Come and join in our game. Can you plug in my phone? The battery is dead. 4. Phrasal verbs with 'in' and 'out' listening practice (Master): listening practice for these phrase Alvar verbs. Listen to me say the sentence. Then pause the video and write down what you hear. Press play to see the text on the screen and check your answer. Train your brain to master thes phrase. Alvar verbs. Let's begin. We dropped into the library to return the books. We dropped in to the library to return the books. Tina is moving in with me next week. Wow, your relationship with her is getting serious. Tina is moving in with me next week. Wow, your relationship with her is getting serious. I am taking night classes at the local college, but I'm thinking about dropping out. It's not a very useful course for me. I am taking night classes at the local college, but I'm thinking about dropping out. It's not a very useful course for me. Brenda is being really strange lately, but she won't tell me why. I just can't figure out what's wrong with her. Brenda is being really strange lately, but she won't tell me why. I just can't figure out what's wrong with her. Look at this funny story. The thieves broke into a bank but got locked inside. The police came an hour later and arrested them. Look at this funny story. The thieves broke into a bank but got locked inside. The police came an hour later and arrested them. We are going to have a big housewarming party at our new house After we move in. Will you come? We're going to have a big housewarming party at our new house After we move in. Will you come? When I lived in Thailand, I often ate out because it was so cheap compared to London. When I lived in Thailand, I often ate out because it was so cheap compared to London. How was marks? First day at school. He really loved it. He joined in with all the class activities and made lots of new friends. How was marks? First day at school. He really loved it. He joined in with all the class activities on made lots of new friends. Would you like a cup of tea or coffee? Coffee, please. But no sugar. My dentist told me to cut out sugar. Would you like a cup of tea or coffee? Coffee, please. But no sugar. My dentist told me to cut out sugar. I need an adapter to plug in my laptop. Do you have one? I need an adapter to plug in my laptop. Do you have one? Excuse me, sir. You filled out this section incorrectly. Please do it again. Excuse me, sir. You filled out this section incorrectly. Please do it again. Hi, Terry. Can you drop in sometime today? For a few minutes. I have got a present for you. Hi, Terry. Can you drop in sometime Today? For a few minutes. I have got a present for you.