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LEARN THE MOST COMMON ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS .1: IELTS English preparation

Gaia Massara, English Teacher | Cambridge | TEFL

LEARN THE MOST COMMON ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS .1: IELTS English preparation

Gaia Massara, English Teacher | Cambridge | TEFL

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22 Lessons (1h 20m)
    • 1. What will you learn in this course?

      1:38
    • 2. Introduction to TRAVEL phrasal verbs

      1:07
    • 3. TRAVEL - Phrasal verbs meanings and examples

      7:46
    • 4. TRAVEL - Listening & Writing (Dictation)

      5:27
    • 5. TRAVEL - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique)

      3:51
    • 6. Introduction to HOBBIES phrasal verbs

      0:58
    • 7. HOBBIES - Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples

      9:31
    • 8. HOBBIES - Listening & Writing (Dictation)

      2:55
    • 9. HOBBIES - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique)

      2:16
    • 10. Introduction to WORK phrasal verbs

      0:38
    • 11. WORK - Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples

      8:28
    • 12. WORK - Listening & Writing (Dictation)

      3:06
    • 13. WORK - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique)

      2:08
    • 14. Introduction to SOCIALIZING phrasal verbs

      0:44
    • 15. SOCIALIZING Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples

      8:01
    • 16. SOCIALIZING - Listening & Writing (Dictation)

      3:07
    • 17. SOCIALIZING - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique)

      2:04
    • 18. Introduction to MOST COMMON ENGLISH phrasal verbs

      0:40
    • 19. MOST COMMON ENGLISH Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples

      8:50
    • 20. MOST COMMON ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS - Listening & Writing (Dictation)

      3:42
    • 21. MOST COMMON ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique)

      1:51
    • 22. Congratulations!

      0:54
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Learn how to use English phrasal verbs through speaking, listening and writing. Fundamental for IELTS preparation.

Common English Phrasal Verbs is an English phrasal verbs course taught by me, Gaia, a native Australian English teacher. In this course, you will learn how to use and understand the most common English phrasal verbs in conversation so that you can sound more like a native when you speak English in your IELTS exam.

Speak English more proficiently and improve your conversations by learning how to use English phrasal verbs!

This course includes:

  • Lectures for the most common English phrasal verbs useful for IELTS preparation.

  • Speaking video exercises where you will learn how to pronounce every single phrasal verb with me.

  • Listening practice for every single phrasal verb to drastically improve your listening skill as well as your writing.

  • Future updates: this course will be updated regularly with new phrasal verbs for IELTS exam preparation.

  • Exercises that test your knowledge of the phrasal verbs.

  • Downloadable PDF’s with all the phrasal verbs in the course and their meaning, for a quick review before your IELTS exam.

  • Downloadable PDF’s with all the listening exercises in the course, for a quick review before your IELTS exam.

Each section focuses on carefully selected commonly used phrasal verbs that native speakers actually use in everyday conversations. In each section, you will learn how to master each phrasal verb and use them accurately in your spoken English.

This course is constructed in a way that enables you to learn the phrasal verbs through all elements of English; speaking, listening and writing. In this way, you get an in-depth understanding of the vocabulary and are able to use it confidently and fluently

If you want to speak English more proficiently, if you want to sound more like a native, or if you want to take your English to a higher level, this course can help you achieve your goal of taking your English to the next level.

This course is perfect for anyone taking an IELTS test, TOEFL test or TOEIC test.

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Gaia Massara

English Teacher | Cambridge | TEFL

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Hello I'm Gaia,

I'm an English teacher from Australia but now i live in Italy with my beautiful daughter and husband. My journey with English began with my learning Italian, where i discovered that speaking a new language is one of the most personal eye opening experiences one could encounter. 

My husband and i opened an English Language school in 2015 however with the birth of our baby girl i moved all my teaching directly online, which now brings me close to 7 years teaching English.

As well as being passionate about teaching i love writing, studying personal development and behavioural phycology as well as practicing meditation. 

I incorporate my expertise and qualifications (Cambridge certified, TEFL certified) with my ... See full profile

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1. What will you learn in this course?: Hello, everybody. Welcome to this course. My name is Diana, and I will be your instructor throughout all of these lessons. Now, this is a cause all about the most common free movers we used in English. Obviously phrase a words are verbs that we use now everyday language. And they are pot about color. Cool eyes. Beatrice mains out natural way off speaking English. Being able to use Fraser verbs correctly and appropriately will enable you to become more native when you speak the language and be able to have a greater understanding off the language when you're having conversations with other people, this cause is completely based around it. Active learning. So you're not just memorizing Fraser verbs. But you are going to be understanding the exact situation. The exact appropriate situation went to use thes verbs and how to pronounce them correctly , actively learning about pronunciation that he's physically having to speak. APS allowed while you complaint, this course is what is going to help you improve your confidence and your fluency. You are going to become used to using these verbs right here in this course. So when you find yourself in the situation where you are speaking to other people in English using these phrases all lives weren't seen so difficult. Also knew because you have already had all the practice that you need right here in this course. 2. Introduction to TRAVEL phrasal verbs: Fraser verbs about trouble. Okay, sir, in this section you are going to be learning some of the most common phrase overt you can use in English conversation when you're traveling or when you're talking about travel now, being able to do these no or only in name was you to sound more native that it will also help your understanding off the English language because, asked native speakers when speaking English were constantly using phrases verbs. So when you find yourself overseas or talking about holidays, being able to understand these words and use them will bring your conversation to the next level. Now, as you're making your way through the section, please do not ignore the quizzes and exercises. They were there on purpose. They have a purpose, and they will help you memorize the phrase will verbs better and use them better because they teach you how to use the phrase of herbs accurately in sentences so you construct your sentences in a grammatically correct way 3. TRAVEL - Phrasal verbs meanings and examples: see off, See off Now the phrase over the sea off is used in the situation. When we want to say good advice to somebody at an airport at a train station, food is going to another country. Maybe they are going for a holiday for work purposes for a short trip with the family. But we used to see off to explain that we're saying goodbye to somebody who is or leaving the country or leaving the city. Let me give you some examples Now, in the present, we can say I see off my friend every year when she leaves for Barcelona. In the past, we can say I saw off my mom last year who went to London, and in the future we can say next week I will see off my best friend, who is going to Dubai for a work trip. And for the future, we can say next week I will see off my best friend, who is going to Dubai for a work trip. See off, Hold up, hold up. Now hold off is a phrase over that we use to describe when something is delayed when we're traveling. So you know how it can often happen that maybe because of the weather, maybe because things that completely organized that well, a bus could be delayed. Our flight may be delayed, meaning that eight is five minutes behind schedule. And we need to wait to talk about this situation where you can use the phrase of the hold. An example in the present Could be dart Hold up the airplane. Hurry up. We are in a rush in the past, we can say, Last week I was held up at the airport for 20 minutes or in the future we can say there will be, ah, hold up off 20 minutes if the plane does not arrive on time. Hold up, Take off. Take off Now the Krayzelburg takeoff. We used to talk about the moment a plane departs. You know that moment when you are sitting on the plane and all of a sudden it shoots up and you feel your whole body going backwards and it just shoots into the air? This is called Take Off Now, an example. In the present congee, my favorite part or flying in an airplane is take off or in the past we can say yesterday the plane took off at five o'clock. In the future, we can say the plane will take off at 5 p.m. Shock Sunday morning. Take off. Get away! Get away now to get away is to go on a holiday. A treat vacation anywhere away from your horn. Let's have a look at an example in the present. My family likes to get away twice a year. They are very lucky and they like to get away twice a year. One time they go to the beach and the other time they like to go to the mountains. In the past, we can say, Last year I got away for a short trip in the middle off the year and I went to London for four days with my family. In the future, we can say I will get away next month just for the weekend because there is a public holiday in Italy and I have a few days off. Get away! Peak up. Peak up. Now. Pick up is a phrase above we use when we let somebody in our car and we take them to a particular place or destination. Peak up. Let me give you an example in the present. Every time my best friend girls to Dubai, I pick her up from heart and I take her to the airport. An example in the past can be last night I picked up my dad from the airport and I took him to his hotel. Or in the future, we can say I'm going to pick up my family from the train station tomorrow morning at five o'clock to pick up. Stop over, Stop over now. Stop! Robot is a phrase over we years when we spend a short amount of time in a particular place in a city or in a country. We generally use this phrase over when we are talking about a trip, and we may have decided to go to one particular country for the trip. But on our way to going or to traveling to that country, we would like to stop and spend a short amount of time in a another country or even in another city. Stop over. Let me give you an example. In the present. Every time I traveled to Italy, I stop over in Divi for a few days because I absolutely love their beaches in the past, we can say I stopped over in Hong Kong when I was traveling to Asia. I stayed there for about two days just to do some sightseeing in the city. In the future, we can say I will stop over in Rome as I travel to Spain because I've never been to Rome before and I want to spend a few days toe, have a look at the historical attractions, in particular the Coliseum stop over a pack in pack in. Now packing is a phrase over. We used to describe being able to do many, many things when we are on a holiday. If you can think that when you are on a holiday, generally you don't have that much time to see everything. Countries are really big, so you try to organize your time as effectively as possible to see all of the main attractions in that particular country. To describe this situation, we could use the phrase of the pack in. Let me give you an example. In the present, I can say every time I plan a trip, I try to pack in as many things as I can because I always want to see as much of a city and as much of a country as possible in the past, we can say we will only in India for a week. But we packed in, hates of things and I got to say pretty much the whole city in the future, we can say I will pack in as much as possible when I go to Spain next month to pack it in. 4. TRAVEL - Listening & Writing (Dictation): earthy guys there. Now we are going to move on to out dictation. I would like you to get a pen and paper, and I am going to be reading a small paragraph to you in English that uses all of the phrase of herbs you have learned in this section while doing the dictation. If there is a word that you don't hear properly or you're unable to right, it's not a problem. Just leave a space and continue on with the dictation at the end of this lesson that you will have a chance to correct your answers as the dictation will be attached in this lesson . Let's get started. Yesterday I went to my friend's house. No, to pick her up and take her to the airport. After working really hard for six months straight, she decided she was well in, made off a little get away. She has planned to go to London for four days with the stop are being run because she wants toe have a look around the historical Santa. She's so enthusiastic about her tree that she has decided to pack in a ridiculous amount of things to do. We arrived at the airport at 7 p.m. And to be honest, I was a little sad to see her off. She was supposed to arrive in Ron this morning at 10 a.m. But her flight was delayed and she didn't take off until this morning. Poor thing, she's still at the airport. Poor thing. She was held up more than four hours. 5. TRAVEL - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique): the shadow technique. It is time to practice and a master your pronunciation in this lesson guys, you are going to He me pronounce all of the phrase Allsburg's you have learned in this section. Now you will hear me pronounce h phrase over twice and in between each pronunciation off the word There will be a pause in that port. It is your job to speak out loud and actually repeat the word that you hear. Now your goal is to try to copy the way I say each off these phrases Burbs. I want you to copy my pronunciations. My word stress. Sorry. Think about the syllables off the word. And where which syllables stress and the intonation off my voice. Does my voice go high or does my voice dropped down? After pronouncing the phrase above twice. You will then hear me say a sentence where the phrase over will be used. I will say this sentence once and after I do. I want you to repeat the sentence out loud again and again, concentrating on copying my pronunciation, my intonation and my rhythm. Let's get started. See Off. See off. I went to the airport to see off my best friend. Hold up! Hold up. The train was late and we were held up 20 minutes. Take off. Take off. My favorite part of flying is take off. Get away! Get away! I have a get away Every year at some of time I have get away every year in summer Peak, peak up. I will pick you up from the airport at 5 p.m. Stop Arba, Stop! Over. I would like to stop over in London for a few days. A pack in a pack in. We were only there a week, but we packed in a lot. 6. Introduction to HOBBIES phrasal verbs: Fraser verbs about hobbies in this section. Guys, you are going to be learning the most commonly used phrase over when we talk about our hobbies. So our hobbies being the things that we like to do in our free time, maybe dancing, playing, football, cooking These are al hobbies, out leisure activities now obviously learning the Mars common phrase of books about your hobbies. Critically important because when we have a socializing conversation in English, we tend to talk about the things we like and we do regularly. Thes are out hobbies, So it's very important you guys know how to use a phrase of verbs correctly when talking about this particular topic again. Please remember that in this section, as well as these videos, there will also be quizzes and exercises, and I urge you to complete them. They are there to help you memorize all the content and understand everything much better 7. HOBBIES - Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples: take up, take up now to take up something is to start something new, and we generally use it when we are talking about Al hobby. So when you begin a new hobby or you begin a new area off interest, take up. Let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, I can say every month I like to take up a new hobby. I have lots of hobbies and I can't choose, so I take up a new one each month. In the past, we can say, When I was 10 I took up dancing for one year. It was great and I loved it. In the future, we can say I will take up cooking classes next month. I am so excited because it's a hobby. I have wanted to do it for such a long time. Take join in. Join in. Now the phrase over join in Means to participate will be involved in a particular activity . May be a sport, a class A membership program. It's generally when there are other people involved, and you include yourself in that activity. Let's have a look at an example in the present. I recently became a part of a football teams. And last Monday at training, the team asked me to join in for the very first time in one off the matches in the past, we can say Yesterday at basketball practice, I joined in for the very first time when the team was doing their exercise program. A future example. We can say next time my team will play the state finals and I will join in, join in, get into get into now the phrase over. Get into means to become interested, or passionate or enthusiastic about a particular interest or a hobby. It implies that you have just begun this hobby and you are starting or you're in the process or becoming interested in it. Let me give you some examples. In the present, we can say I get into you things that are very physical and active because I like playing sport. They help me relax and they give me lots of energy. In the past, we could say I got into running every day when I lived by the beach. I woke up at five o'clock every morning and I ran every single day. In the future, we can say at the moment I'm not into anything, but I will get into something that I'm really passionate about. And if I'm passionate about it, remains that I will become extremely dedicated in doing it. Get into give up, give up now the phrase over give up. We use when we want to express that. We have stopped doing a particular hobby when we have quick doing a hobby. Maybe it was too difficult. Maybe you didn't have enough time. Well, maybe you just didn't like the hobby anymore. So we use the phrase over give up to express this. Let's have a look at an example in the present. I love hobbies. I actually start and you hobby every month. The only problem is that I give up after just one week because I get bored and I just can't find the motivation to continue doing the hobby. In the past, we can say, for example, I gave up playing basketball last year because it was really hard to juggle the time I had with my family with the sport. I didn't have all the time. I wanted to go toe all off the training programs and to play every Saturday morning. So I gave up. In the future, we can say, for example, I will or only give up dancing. If I cannot find the time to do it at the Marvin, I can still attend all the lessons, so I'm not gonna even But in the future, I will give up only if I can't find the time to attend the classes. Give up, Chill out. Chill out. Now the phrase over. But chill out. We use when we say that we relax, doing something that we love. Okay, So think about the things that you love. The things that you wait all day to be able to do when you come home from work or when you have a minute to yourself. And in that particular situation, you can use the phrase of the to chill out Now. Generally, people like to chill out when they're listening to music or cooking or doing meditation. When you relax your mind, take a few big deep breaths and you recharge your energy. Chill out. Let me give you some examples. Now, in the present, we can say I like to chill out for five minutes every day when I sit down in a quiet area, take a few deep breaths and do some meditation in the past, we can say Yesterday I chewed out all day. It was the best day because I had a day off work and I was able just to lounge around at home, listen to music and cook. I chilled out for the whole day in the future, we can say tomorrow I am going to chill out with my friends. We are going to go to a concept and listen to some really nice music that I absolutely love . We're just gonna chill out together, Chill out, be into be into now be into is a phrase over to say that you are completely and utterly interested if something or even in a particular hobby. Now, before I go into detail with examples, I just want to explain something grammatically to you. B needs to be conjugated depending on the person. Okay, so we could say on into is inter are into it depends on the subject of it is the to be and it must be conjugated depending on the subject we're talking about. Let me give you some examples. So in the present. I can say I am into watching classical old movies. I absolutely love them. I started watching these movies with my mom when I was a little girl, and I am still into watching these movies. An example in the past. Convene. I was into rollerblading when I was 10. I was completely obsessed with the sport, and I used to do it every single day. Now, in the future, we can use this phrase over. But it's generally not used because when we talk about being interested in something, all we talk about it in the present. All we talk about it. In the past, we don't generally make a prediction about the things we might or may be interested in. So the phrase of what we learned is be into keep up, keep up now the phrase over keep up. We use when we want to say to continue doing a particular action. So in this case, because we're talking about hobbies and our interests, we want to talk about particular hobbies and interests that we continue to do all continue to be interested in. We maintain these Hovey and Interest five doing particular actions that enables us to continue doing them. Let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, I can say I am trying to keep up with my basketball practice Now that I have Children. It's a little bit difficult to travel the to, but I'm doing my best to keep up with this sport. In the past, I can say, When I was 10 I kept up with singing for two years. I was so proud of myself because it was the longest hobby that I had ever had. And in the future, we can say, for example, I made a promise to myself that I will keep up running every morning at five o'clock. I know it's going to be difficult, but it's really going to benefit my health Key. 8. HOBBIES - Listening & Writing (Dictation): It's time for our dictation. Guys, get ready with a pen and paper as I am going to read a short paragraph using the phrase of herbs we have learned in this section again. Don't worry. If you're not able to understand every single word at the end of the dictation, you will have the chance to correct your mistakes. Let's get started. In the past, I have always tried to keep up with hobbies I was passionate about. No, but it can be hard sometimes, especially when I work a lot so often I find myself giving up a new hobby. I take up just after a few weeks. At the moment, I am into cycling because it's a great way to chill out on the weekends. I am also getting into baking with my Children, which my Children love because they can join in and help me cook 9. HOBBIES - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique): Let's move on to our shadow technique. It's time to master your pronunciation with all the new phrase of herbs you have learned in this section. Now the instructions. In case you don't remember them from the previous section, I will be repeating each phrase above twice. In between each pronunciation of the phrase of live. There is a short pause, and that is where you have loud Ah, going to be repeating the phrase above, I say, very mind to try to copy my pronunciation, intonation and rhythm. I will then be using the phrase of, if an example sentence and I want you to repeat that example sentence again trying to copy my pronunciation. Let's get started, Take up, take up. I want to take up dancing, join in, join in The new football team, asked me to join in, get into get into I am getting into studying English. Give up, give up. I used to play basketball, but I gave it up last year. She loud, she loud. I like to chill out listening to music bean to being too. I mean to martial arts Kapok K pop. I'm trying to keep up my basketball practice 10. Introduction to WORK phrasal verbs: Fraser verbs about work in this section. Guys, you are going to be learning all about the most common phrase all verbs that you could use in the workplace. Maybe you've heard the term business phrase over. It's the same thing now. These phrases verbs are fantastic for anybody who is working in it English speaking environment or who is planning to go and work in an English speaking environment. There, Fraser verbs that we use every day in the business context, and they will enable you to have better conversations with your colleagues and understand the workplace dynamic a little bit better. 11. WORK - Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples: note down. Note down The Fraser verb note down means to write when you write something on a piece of paper to note down. Now, this is obviously typically used. When you want to tell somebody that you want to write something down or you want to tell somebody to nerd to something down, let's have a look at a few examples. So in the president, you can say, Can you speak a little bit slower? I just want to note down the most important things you're saying, so I can look back and read them after in the past, we can say At yesterday's meeting, I noted down all of the key points. It was a really interesting and beneficial mating, and some of the things said I thought I could really apply into the way I work. So I noted everything down in my notebook. Now in the future, you can say something like at tomorrow's meeting, guys, I want everyone to note down all of the key points because there will be things that we will be looking at again in the future, and you would need to remember. So please alert everything down from two mowers meeting. To note down simply means to write something down, carry out, carry out. Now the phrase of a carry out means to perform or conduct something. Maybe it is a particular activity or a project, a meeting, a a seven hour conference. But it means to act in this situation. Let's have a look at some main examples. So in the present, I can say every Monday I carry out stuff meetings. I like to do it at the beginning off the week because it really gets the motivation up and going in my team. It helps people maintain their circus, and it gets everybody really enthusiastic about working. So I carry out weekly staff meetings. In the past, you could say something like when I was working in London, I carried out multiple projects, and in these projects, I was able to work internationally, which was a great opportunity for my career. An example in the future can be I'm going to be carrying out five seminars next month in regards to leadership. Now, these seminars are designed to teach you the main leadership skills, so you're able to apply them in your workplace. Carry out, come up come up now, the phrase of a come up We used to describe a situation that occurs suddenly without warning. When something arises out off the blue. Without us being able to predict or understand that this was going to happen, come up, let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, you can say every Tuesday afternoon, I try to make time to study the update in my company. But something always comes up that stops me. Last week it was a meeting. The other day it was a phone call from my daughter. Something always comes up suddenly, and it stops me from a able to study these updates. An example in the past can be yesterday. I was supposed to have a conference call without international clients, but something came up and they canceled last minute. I'm not sure why they didn't tell me, but they said it was a sudden thing and they apologize immensely. Now, an example for the future conveyed. We will be having our conference call tomorrow morning. Everything should be fine, and all members will be attending unless something unexpectedly comes up and were no able to do the meeting come up, Get on, Get on. Now the phrase over get on means to make wrong gris in something. So think off a particular action or something that you need to do that takes a little bit of time. If we use the phrase of get on to describe this action, it means that we are in the process of doing something and we're not finished yet. But we are working to warns being finished. We are making progress in doing something. So in the present, we can say, for example, I'm getting on really well with this new project. I haven't finished yet, but I am working on it every day, and I'm making some great progress. So I'm getting on really well with the project in the past, for example, we can say, Last year I was working on five projects. At the same time, it was quite difficult. But in the end I managed to get on well with the projects, and I made my way through them step by step, and I was able to finish them in the end. In the future, we can say, if you give me the time to work on this project, I will be able to get on with it. But if I keep having to do meetings and answer the phone, I'm not going to be able to get on with the project. Get on call off Cole off Call Off is a phrase a word we use quite simply to mean Cancel something. So if you have something organized or somebody organized something and they're no longer able to keep that commitment, they obviously cancel the commitment. You can use the phrase of the call off to explain this situation. Let's have a look at some examples, so in the present, you can say, for example, every Friday I try to get my team together for many evaluation. But generally it gets cold off because Friday is the last day of the week. Everyone is quite busy and tired, and no one seems tohave the time toe. Wait a few minutes in order to be able to do the evaluations Now. In the past, we could say yesterday's meeting got called off because there was terrible weather and everybody was stuck in traffic, and in the future, we can say, I've decided that I will call off tomorrow seminar. We don't have enough people attending, and we're going to wait for the next week when everybody is back to work, call off, sort out, sort out. Sort out is a phrase of we used to say organized or plan something to sort out. So think about when. Maybe you are organizing paperwork, your e mails, your office reports, and you have lots of things that may be messy or out of order, where you can use the phrase over. Sort out to say that you were gonna tidy these things up, put them in a particular order, so they're easier to find or easier to understand. Let's have a look at some examples now in the present, I can say, every Monday morning, I like to sort out my e mails. I get so many emails during the week they could become so confusing. So I like to stop my week by sorting out my emails. In the past, I can say when I worked for the software company, it was my responsibility to sort out all of the reports we did. The company did many reports and everything was done on paper, so there was a lot to sort out in the future, We can say tomorrow, I promise I will assault out your e mails. I know, or that they're very overwhelming. And you have a lot, so I will sort them out for you sort out. 12. WORK - Listening & Writing (Dictation): Let's move on to agitation. So get your pen and paper ready. You are going to hear me read a short paragraph using all of the phrase of herbs you have learned in this section. Again, if you're not able to write all of the words down, it's not a problem. At the end, you will have a chance to correct your mistakes. I start my work week by always sorting out any left over reports or files. No, this'll really helps me get on with my day in a productive way. In the afternoon, I usually have a few conference calls that come up out of the blue. If I'm able, I try to call them off that it's not always possible. So I do my best to carry out the rest off my tasks because my job demands a lot of attention. I make sure to note everything down you so that I avoid forgetting anything 13. WORK - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique): now moving on to our shadow technique. Remember, guys, in this lesson, I want you to be trying to copy my exact pronunciation, intonation and rhythm off my voice. This is the way you guys are going to sound as native as possible. We're going to be looking at all the Fraser burbs we studied in this section. I'm going to repeat each phrase over twice, give you an example, and you are going to talk out loud and copy me. Let's get started. Note down, note down. I have to knock down a few things in the meeting. Carry out, carry out. I carry out team meetings every Monday. Come up, Come up. I can't attend the conference cold this afternoon. Something's come up. Get on. Get on. How did you get on with the project's yesterday? Call off. Cool off. I have to call off tomorrow's meeting. Sort out sort out. I need to sort out my e mails 14. Introduction to SOCIALIZING phrasal verbs: Fraser verbs for socializing. Okay, In the section you will be learning the key phrase of herbs for social settings. That is where you are out with friends talking to colleagues, know in a professional context. But in a social context. We use these Fraser firms to make or maintain conversation, and they are extremely important for you guys because they're going to enhance your conversation skills and your listening skills. So you're going to be able to understand what people are talking about a lot easier, which is really going to increase your confidence. So in this section, you're going to be learning the main Fraser verbs for socializing. 15. SOCIALIZING Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples: hang out, Hang out Now the phrase of of hang out, we used to say, spent time with somebody or spend time somewhere at a particular place or venue. Now, this phrase of is one of the most commonly used phrase of Earth. When we're talking about socializing when we're talking to our friends or family and we use it every single one of our conversations, let's have a look at some examples. So every Monday I hang out with my best friend. We like to go out for dinner together, and then we go and watch a movie. In the past, we can say, When I was a child, I would always hang out at the shopping center. It was really close to my school. So every day after school, me and my friends would go there and we would hang out and just relax together for the future, we can say offset. Today I'm going to just hang out with my family. I don't want to do anything special with just decided to state hard and spend some quality time together. Hang out, ask over, Ask over Now, ask or va is a particular phrase over because we need to put our subject in the middle off the phrase over, so it will be asked subject or via, for example, ask someone over. Ask my mom over. We need to split the phrase over and put us subject directly in the middle. Now we use this phrase over when we invite somebody to our house or apartment generally, maybe, like just for dinner, to watch a movie to hang out together, ask over, Let's have a look at some examples. So are in the present. You can say every Monday, I ask my best friend Orga, and we have dinner together. It's just a small catch up at the beginning, off the wake. Nothing special, but it's really nice to spend time together now. In the past, we could say, for example, I asked my best friend over last night. She had my I've head, and I needed her to give it back to me. So I asked her or about so she could bring it back to me. And in the future, for example, we can say I will ask my family of Medina on Sunday night. It's a long time since we have a dinner together and I would really like to cook for them. Ask ova Pop in pop in Now Pop in is a phrase of them that we used to briefly visit a place or a location or somebody's house. It could be a in order to visit somebody. It could be in order just to do something at this particular location, But it's important to remember that it's just for a brief period of time. Let's have a look at some examples. So my next door neighbor pops in every now and again to say hello to me and my daughter. Or in the past, I can say my mom popped in yesterday for a quick visit. She made a really nice cake. It was a new recipe, so she popped in so we could try it. Or in the future. Tomorrow I will pop into the shopping center. I need to quickly buy a few items, but I don't have too much time, so I'm just gonna pop in for a quick visit. Pop in, Meet up Now. The phrase of of meat up means to see somebody at a particular time or a particular location. Generally, we use this phrase over. But when we're tryingto organize to see friends or family and we used these in the organization off where we're going to meet and at what time we're going to meet, let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, I can say I meet up with my boyfriend every day after work. For in the past, we can say I met up with my friends after work for a quick drink are even for the future. We can say I will meet up with my friend tomorrow after work so that we can go to the shopping center and do a little bit of quick shopping meet. Bring over Bring or ba Now bring over is a phrase of the way we want to say that we have asked someone or telling somebody to bring a particular item to our house or our apartment , or when we want to say that we will bring a particular item to somebody's house or apartment. Generally, we used the's when we've organized a dinner or a me tough with friends or family, and we want to let them know that we will bring something to contribute to this meeting for example, is there anything I can bring the orb up for the dinner tonight? Would you like me to make a salad or a cake or even bring over a bottle of wine? In the past, I can say I brought over my friends. I've had to her. The other night she had been asking for it. The sore long and I completely forgot I had borrowed it, so I brought it over to a house the other night. Now, in the future, I can say Yes, star wory. I will bring your iPad or over to your house tomorrow night. I haven't forgot, and I've already put it in my bag. Bring over. Drop in, drop in Now the phrase of a drop in we use when you unexpectedly visit somebody at their house or at a particular location, or somebody unexpectedly comes to visit you. Let's have a look at some examples. For example, in the present, I can say I dropped in the justice, see if she was feeling better. She didn't come to work, and she said she was feeling pretty unwell, so always a little bit worried. So I dropped in just to see if she was feeling okay and example in the past could bay. Yesterday I dropped in to see if my best friend was feeling better. She had been complaining of a headache for a few days, so I wanted to drop in to see if I could help her or she needed any medicine. And in the future, for example, we could say I will drop in tomorrow after work at five oclock and see if you need anything . Let me know. In the meantime, if I can get you anything on my way home from work, drop, catch up, catch up. Now the phrase of a catch up means to meet with somebody that you haven't seen a little while. So no really long amount of time, even though it could be that. But even like a short amount of time and you share news about each other's lives, what's being going on? Work life, friends, etcetera. Let's have a look at some examples, so I like to catch up with my friends at least once a week. We're really busy now that we're working full time. So Mawr than that is a bit difficult, so we try to catch up at least once a week. In the past, we can say I caught up with my friends last week. We all went out for a movie together and we had a really lovely time in the future. We can say, for example, I will catch up with my friends next Monday. We have organized to go to a new sushi restaurant, and we are all really looking forward to the Dina catch up. 16. SOCIALIZING - Listening & Writing (Dictation): it's dictation time, so get out your pen and paper and I'm going to read a short paragraph using the phrase of herbs you have learned in this section again. At the end of this dictation, you have an opportunity to correct your answers. Let's get started. Last weekend, I've popped into the shopping center to hang out with my friends. We met up at around 10 a.m. just for a quick shop and catch up because we hadn't seen each other for a while. Even evening, I had a dinner with my family and my mom brought over a new tablecloth for my kitchen. Usually my family just drop seen for a visit, but this time I asked them our ball. But this time I asked them over because I wanted to cook them a special Dina 17. SOCIALIZING - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique): All right, let's move straight into out shutter technique and practice out pronunciation. Hear the phrase of herbs that we have studied in this section. Hang out, Hang out. I like to hang out with my friends at the weekend. Ask your boss, Ask or I asked my mom over last night for Dina popping Poppins after work, I will pop into the supermarket. May top made tough flits mate up at around seven o'clock. Bring Arba. Bring over. Can you bring over my iPad tonight? Dropping Drop in, my friend. Sometimes drop. Seen for a visit. Cat Chop cat shop. It's nice to catch up with old friends. 18. Introduction to MOST COMMON ENGLISH phrasal verbs: the most commonly used phrase of herbs in this section, you are going to be learning a mix off the most commonly used phrase of in English conversation. Now, these Fraser verbs are not in a specific category except for the fact that we literally use them every single day. So that is enough to make you understand that you must learn how and when to use them appropriately. Now, I just want to remind you to please complete and obviously do the exercises and quizzes in these sections. They're there to help you, and they will help you memorize these Fraser lives so much better enjoy. 19. MOST COMMON ENGLISH Phrasal Verb Meanings and Examples: bring up bring up now to bring up means to mention something to say something in conversation. When we are talking to somebody, anything, it could be a particular topic, a situation, an event that happened. It is to mention something in a conversation. Let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, I can say, Don't bring up the fact that she isn't working tomorrow. She didn't tell her boss, so it's best not to talk about it in the past, we can say, For example, yesterday, when I was talking to my colleague, I accidentally brought up the fact off the surprise office party for her birthday, and I spoiled. To the surprise, she wasn't too disappointed. She was actually pretty happy that we had planned to surprise, but I wasn't supposed to bring it up in conversation. In the future, we can say, Look, I will try not to talk about it, but if it does come up in conversation, I will bring up the situation so that we can try to resolve it and move on from this particular situation. Bring up, fill out, feel after Now this phrase a verb is extremely common and you will have seen it everywhere , especially if you're applying for any particular ideas. Passport needing to hand in any important documents you have seen on a piece of paper, the words feel out or have Bean told these words by the person giving you the documents to fill out mains to feel information in a certain section on a document. Let me give you some examples. So in the present, I can say every time I need to reapply for university, I must feel out of form with my personal details as well as my contact details in the past . For example, we can say yesterday I went to the bank and I field out a particular form in orderto or open a new bank account. Or for the future, I can say, if you want a passport, you will have to fill out this document with all of the specified personal information. Feel out, Give back give back now to give back is to return something to somebody doesn't necessarily have to be. There is what we're returning, but it's to return something back that we have taken from somebody or even from a particular place. Let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, I can say you must give back everything you borrow from somebody else. It's lovely that somebody lends something to you, but it's your responsibility to give back what is Lent in order to be respectful. In the past, I could say the teacher gave back my homework. I was really nervous to see the results, but I actually did pretty well, and I've almost got all of the answers right in the future. I can say I will give back your essays next month. I know it's a little while toe white, but we have many essays to correct, and I won't be able to give them back to you until the following month. Give back, look over. Look over. Now look over is a phrase of them that we use, meaning to examine and to check something to make sure their enormous stakes or nothing that has Bean done incorrectly look or of up. Let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, I can say before I hand in my homework. I always look over what I have written to make sure their enormous stakes Sometimes I write really fast and I skip mistakes, so I always look. Or but at the very end, just before I handed in in the past, for example, I could say when I did my aisles writing a test, I looked over the essay three times before I was satisfied with what I had written. I was pretty nervous, and I really didn't want to make any mistakes in the future. I can say if you leave your essays on my desk, I look over them and I'll give you some feedback tomorrow, look or va point out point out. So to point out means to bring attention to something, maybe eat, ease a situation. Maybe it's to bring attention to something somebody has said or hasn't said, or even to point out something that you can see. But in essence, it means to bring attention will bring light to something. Let's have a look at some examples. So in the present, I can say when I'm teaching my students English, I like to point out that they should be confident on fluent, regardless if they're scared to speak English because it's normal to make mistakes and the early way you will feel confident in Fluent is you learn to love your mistakes. So I tried to point out respect to them in the past, I can say, For example, my teacher pointed out several off my mistakes. I didn't see them at first, but after she pointed them after me, I was able to understand where I went wrong and how to improve my errors in the future. For example, I can say I will point out your mistakes in pronunciation and try to help you overcome them and give you some techniques to improve your pronunciation. Point out, try out. Try out now to try out is a phrase of of that means to test something. Generally, we use it when we were trying something for the first time, and we are not 100% convinced about how it works. And if it is right for us, If we need to get something different or to do something differently, try out so we can use this one. We're talking about cars. Were my talking about software when we're talking about courses even for example, let me give you an example. In the present, I could say I'm looking for a new car moment, but there are so many models to choose from. Sir, I am trying out some new cars to see which car is the best car for me in the past. For example, I can say before buying the car A have now. I tried out five different cars. It was so hard for me to make a decision. But after the fifth car, I knew exactly which car I wanted on for the future. I can say I really want to study English, but I'm not sure which is the best method for May. So I will try out a few different methods off studying English to see which one works for me. Then once I make my choice, I will go ahead and learn English in that particular way. Try out, use up use up. Now. The phrase of them use off means to completely consume something so that there is nothing left. After all, let's look at some examples now, in the present, I can say my colleagues at work used up all the milk every morning. By the time I get to work at eight o'clock, there is normal Clift at all to make my coffee. And it's really frustrating in the past. For example, I can say I'm so sorry. I used up all the milk this morning and I completely forgot to leave you some. We're going to have to buy some more milk if you want to make a coffee. And in the future I can say, tomorrow morning I'm going to use up all the milk at work. I'm sick and tired off everybody doing it too May. So tomorrow I will use up all the milk at work use up. 20. MOST COMMON ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS - Listening & Writing (Dictation): Let's move on to out dictation. So get your pen and paper ready, guys. As I am going to read a short paragraph using all of the phrase all verbs you learned in this section, let's get started. Last Monday, I went to the City Council to fill out a full foreign you identity cod. I already had an identity card, but I wanted to try out a new one because the one I had wasn't accepted everywhere. When I handed in the fall, the lady looked over it and pointed out that I had forgotten to include my contact details. She gave me back the full to feel out, but as I tried, my pen stopped working. I think I must have you stop all the ink I had to ask for another pin. And as I d'd, the lady brought up the fact that the pens in her office didn't work well 21. MOST COMMON ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS - Pronunciation & Speaking (Shadow Technique): are you guys? It's time for our shadow. Tick meat and to practice up pronunciation off all the new verbs you learned in this section. Let's get started bringing up. Bring up. Don't bring up the fight she had yesterday. Feel out. Feel out. Can you please fill out this form? Give back, Give back. Can you give the student back? He's pen. Look over No look or va I always look over my work before I handed in. Point out point out. I tried not to point out for mistakes. Try out. Try out. You should try out a new car. Use up. Use up. Please don't use up all the milk. 22. Congratulations!: Okay, guys, that is the end off this course. Thank you very much for participating. And congratulations that you made it to the end. I'm sure that all of you have watched all the videos and completed all the exercises and quizzes. But if you haven't done it yet, make sure you do do it because it's what's going to help you really learn everything you've watched so much better. Now, if any of you are after any further learning, you can go ahead and check out my website, where I also teach English privately through Skype. If you want to do some personalized lessons in regards to Fraser verbs or English conversation, and feel free to join my Facebook community, where I post weekly and we just share lots of English advice, tips and fiddle ways to enjoy the English language. Thanks again for your participation guys and good luck with learning English