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Ultimate English Phrasal Verbs (British English)

Michael Lavers, Online ESL Teacher

Ultimate English Phrasal Verbs (British English)

Michael Lavers, Online ESL Teacher

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20 Lessons (1h 7m)
    • 1. Course Introdudction

      2:00
    • 2. How To Use This Course

      1:49
    • 3. What Are Phrasal Verbs?

      1:40
    • 4. Dialogue 1

      0:25
    • 5. Day 1: Learning English

      6:08
    • 6. Dialogue 2

      0:26
    • 7. Day 2: What I Did Today

      5:25
    • 8. Dialogue 3

      0:20
    • 9. Day 3: Running

      6:43
    • 10. Dialogue 4

      0:24
    • 11. Day 4: Relationships

      7:18
    • 12. Dialogue 5

      0:26
    • 13. Day 5: Moving House

      6:58
    • 14. Dialogue 6

      0:30
    • 15. Day 6: An Old Friend

      8:28
    • 16. Dialogue 7

      0:24
    • 17. Day 7: Too Tall!

      7:53
    • 18. Dialogue 8

      0:25
    • 19. Day 8: Talk To Her

      8:13
    • 20. Well Done! - Final Message

      1:10
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This course is designed for anyone looking to improve their English language skill and covers some intermediate level phrasal verbs.

This course will allow you to master 40 phrasal verbs in just 8 days if you study one lecture a day. Of course, there is no time limit, so you may take longer if that suits your learning style.

Keep in mind that some phrasal verbs can have many different meanings, this course generally covers the most common meanings. The English used is specifically British English, but the differences between British and International English here are small.

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1. Course Introdudction: In this course, you will learn on Master 40 off the most common English phrase or verbs. Fraser Verbs are very important in the English language. We use them every day informal on informal conversations and writing, but they are very difficult to learn. It requires lots of study that's of memorization. Oh, on access to the right materials. So I'm really passionate about sharing my language on making it easier for people toe, have conversations and use what they learn in their real life. In this course, you will learn these phrases verbs in a fun and a simple way. The course is split into eight main sections, which are designed for you to study each day. But of course, if you like, you might choose to take longer or maybe spend more time on one section in each section, we will study five Fraser verbs by looking at a dialogue between a boy and ago on. The dialogue will include all five phrase or verbs, so you can learn each one in context. After that, we will focus on their definitions, that pronunciation and also some example sentences. There will be a chance to test your knowledge to see if you've remembered what we've learned, Onda. Also, you can interact with the community. You can leave comments and talk to people that maybe give some example sentences to. If you do that, I'll be sure to reply, and I'll give you my feedback as well. So if you're a beginner or intermediate English learner than this course is perfect for you . Thank you so much for checking out this course. If you have any questions, you're welcome to send me a message. I'm good luck. 2. How To Use This Course: this video will show you how to get the most out of this course, and we'll show you the most effective way of learning the new vocabulary. There are eight main sections to this course, and at the beginning, off eat section there will be a dialogue between two people. The dialogue uses all the phrase will verbs we are about to learn, and it highlights them in red. I always recommend Teoh repeat the dialogue out loud after you hear it, so it gives you some good talking practice to some pronunciation practice. After the dialogue, we will study each phrase or verb in depth. On the page will look something like this at the top, we have the phrase oh verb. In the middle, we have two definition and then at the bottom, we have an example sentence as well as another sentence, showing you another way to say it. So hopefully it's a bit easier to understand. As you're doing the course, it's important to repeat the sentences out loud. I suppose the video if you need to, because it's a really good way to remember the new words. After that first example, we will go and look at two more example sentences using that phrase over. But at the end of each day, there will be a quiz so you can study the words in the quiz. Andi, I always recommend you to leave a comment. Maybe you could write a story using the phrase will verbs. You could ask me any questions you want on. I will give you my feet back, so I hope you enjoy it on good luck. 3. What Are Phrasal Verbs?: Let's begin by learning about what a phrase will verb is. What is a phrase over Fraser verbs, a made up of a verb on the proposition or an adverb such as in this example, grow up Grow is the verb. What is the proposition? Grow up means to get older. Here is an example of a verb and adverb to run away. To run away means to run from something like in this example. To run from a monster away is an adverb. Sometimes Fraser verbs can be made up of a proposition andan adverb. But we'll get to that later. In the course phrase of herbs, it difficult. Although some of them are simple, most of them have more than one, meaning. Sometimes the meaning isn't easy to understand, so you'll have to learn each one individually. Here are some examples I am growing up. The baby grows up fast. I never grew up, so you'll notice just like any other verb. Make sure you change the verb and not the particle to the up always stays the same. The hardest part of Fraser verbs is the meaning of each one, so let's get into it 4. Dialogue 1: Fraser verbs is so difficult I broke down and cried. I really need to brush up on my English. Calm down. They're pretty easy. Let's find out more. Okay, I'm looking forward to it now. 5. Day 1: Learning English: brush up on brush up on is our first phrase over, and it means to improve a skill or something. You know, for example, I want to Russ upon my Inglis. I want to brush up on my English for each phrase will verb. We will look at the definition, the texting green and free example sentences. There will also be another way of saying the sentence written in blue at the bottom. I want to improve my English. Have you brushed up on your history before the exam? Have you brushed up on your history before the exam? Have you practiced your history before the exam? Let's brush up on Fraser verbs together. Let's brush up on Fraser verbs together. Let's improve our knowledge and Fraser verbs together. Is there anything you need to brush up on? On next phrase verb is to find out. Find out means to learn or discover something. For example, I want to find out more about ancient Egypt. I want to find out more about ancient Egypt. Enough of words. I want to learn more about ancient Egypt. I found out more by looking online. I found out more by looking online. I learned more by looking online. Is there anything you need to find out more about? Our next Fraser verb is to break down. The breakdown means to stop working. For example, my car broke down on the motorway. My car broke down on the motorway. My car stopped working on the motorway. So this is past tense broke down. Our washing machine broke down yesterday. Our washing machine broke down yesterday. Never words. Our washing machines stopped working yesterday. That's another meaning of breakdown and it can mean to lose control of your emotions. For example, she always breaks down in tears, always breaks down in tears. Another way to say that she always starts crying. If you lose control of your emotions, usually crying or you get very angry is to break down. The next one Today is to calm down, to calm down. That means to relax or become calm. If you break down crying, the next thing you need to do is to calm down, to take a deep breath. Here's an example. The alien is so angry he should calm down. Alien is so angry he should calm down. See, the alien in the picture is very angry. He should relax. He should calm down, calm down. It's not that hard. Calm down. It's not that hard. Relax, it's not that hard. I was so worried about the exam. I have calmed down. Though I was so worried about the exam. I have calmed down, though I was so worried about the exam. But I feel calm now. Our last phrase of work for this section is to look forward to. To see this one is made up of free parts. Look forward to it means to be excited about to be excited about something. For example, I always look forward to going to work. I always look forward to going to work. I'm always excited about going to work. Are you excited about going to work? Do you look forward to going to work? I am looking forward to going on holiday. I am looking forward to going on holiday. I'm excited about going on a holiday. I am looking forward to learning more Fraser verbs. I am looking forward to learning more Fraser verbs. I'm excited about learning more Fraser verbs 6. Dialogue 2: I set off early this morning to meet my friends. I tried on some clothes and then left the house. I always enjoy hanging out with him. I agree. I like to join in with their games. Johnny let us down when he lost. 7. Day 2: What I Did Today: the first phrase over today is to set off to set off means to begin a journey. For example, we set off the school this morning. We set off for school this morning. In other words, we left to go to school this morning. Let's set off in our new sports car that set off in our new sports car. Let's leave in our new sports car. I set off to go hiking before sunrise. I set off to go hiking before some rise or I left to go hiking before sunrise. When was the last time you set off to go somewhere? The second phrase of work today is toe hang out. Toe hung out is an informal word that means to spend time relaxing, usually with friends, For example. I spend my weekends hanging out with my friends. I spend my weekends hanging out with friends. I spent my weekends having fun with friends. Do you hang out on the weekend? She usually likes to hang out on her own. She usually likes to hang out on her own. She usually like spending time on her own. Let's hang out this weekend. Let's hang out this weekend. Let's spend time together this weekend. The next phrase of love today is to let down To let down means to disappoint, to make someone feel sad. You can trust me. I won't let you down. You can trust me. I won't let you down. Another way to say that you can trust me. I won't disappoint you. I let down my instructor. When I failed my driving test, I let down my instructor. When I failed my driving test, I disappointed. Why instructor? When I failed my driving test, the film was amazing. I was let down by the ending. The film was amazing. I was let down by the ending film was amazing, but I was disappointed by the ending. When was the last time you were let down by a bad film? Next is to join in, join in means to take part in something. For example, the football match looked fun, so I joined in. The football match looks fun, so I joined in. It looked fun, so I started to play, too. Everyone laughed at the joke, so I joined into. Everyone laughed at the joke, so I joined in, too. Everyone laughed at the joke so I laughed as well. We're practicing that catalytic ever. Why don't you join in too? We are practicing the guitar together. Why don't you join into? Why don't you play with us too? The last phrase of web for today is to try on to try on means to put on clothes, to see how it looks the west and close to see if it looks good. The first example My girlfriend spends ages trying on new clothes. My girlfriend spends ages trying on new clothes. My girlfriend spends ages putting on new clothes on looking in the mirror. Hey, these glasses look good. Why don't you try them on? Hey, these glasses look good. What did you try them on? You'll notice in this example We have two pronoun them between the two words of the Fraser verb. Try them on. We can't always put a pronoun between them. But with some phrase of herbs we can. These are known as separable phrase all verbs. Another way to say this example is Hey, these glasses look good. Why don't you see if they suit you Try on clothes before you buy to see if they fit. Try on clothes before you buy to see if they fit where the clothes before you buy to see if they fit. 8. Dialogue 3: I think running is the best way to work out. But you should try to speed up more. No, you should slow down more. You always run away without me. 9. Day 3: Running: Our first phrase over today is toe work. Out toe workout means to exercise. For example. I work out at the gym on the weekend. I work out at the gym on the weekend. In other words, I exercise at the gym on the weekend. I prefer toe workout at home by doing press ups. I prefer to work out at home by doing press ups. I prefer to exercise at home by doing press ups. How about you? Do you work out at home or at the gym? Toe workout can also mean to solve a problem. For example, we can work out this problem if we think really hard. We can work out this problem if we think really hard. In other words, we can to find the answer to this problem. If we think really hard, the next phrase will verb today is to speed up with speed up means to go faster, speed up and we might make it to work on time. Speed up and we might make it to work on time. Me go faster and we might make it to work on time. Here's another example. The comet is speeding up as it's getting closer to Earth. The comet is speeding up as it's getting closer. Toe. The comet is getting faster as it's getting closer. Toe. My computer is so slow. I wish it would speed up. My computer is so slow. I wish it would speed up. I wish it would go faster. Okay, Our next phrase. Wilbur is the opposite. To speed up, it's slow down to go slower. To slow down means to go slower. For example, police laid down. You're running too fast. Please slow down. You're running too fast. In other words, please run slower. You're running too fast. Fighter is slowing down now. I think he's getting tired. Fido is slowing down now. I think he's getting tired. Fighter is lower now. I think he's getting tired. Slow down. You're talking too fast. I can't understand. Slow down. You're talking too fast. I can't understand. Talk slower. You're talking too fast. I can't on this town. The next verb for today is to fall behind. To fall behind means to fail to do something fast enough. Fail to do something fast enough. For example, the small duckling fell behind the other ducks because he was too slow. The small duckling fell behind the other ducks because he was too slow. So the other ducks were going too fast to this dot fell behind. In other words, he was a long way behind the other ducks. This English is too fast for me. I'm fooling behind. This English is too fast for me. I am fooling behind. Another phrase of work we can use is this English is too fast for May. I can't keep up. I can't keep up. You've fallen behind on your rent payments again. You've fallen behind on your rent payments again. You are late to pay your rent again. Hopefully, this is a sentence you never have to hear. But it's a very common phrase, a web. So it's useful to know the next one is to run away on this one means to escape from someone or something. For example, the criminals run away. When they saw the police, the criminals ran away. When they saw the police war, the criminals escaped. When they saw the police, I ran away from home When I was a teenager, I ran away from home when I was a teenager or I secretly left home when I was a teenager. You can't just run away from your problems. You can't just run away from your problems. You can't just ignore your problems. 10. Dialogue 4: I missed a call from my girlfriend. She asked me to call back. Did she break up with you? Yes. She even called off our trip to Spain. I don't think I'll ever get over her. I'll drop in later to see if you're okay. 11. Day 4: Relationships: Our first word today is to cool back to cool back means to return a phone call, for example, I left a message on her phone asking to call me back. I left a message on her phone asking to call me back. In other words, I left a message on her phone asking to phone me later. I'm about to dry for a tunnel, so you'll have to call back later. I'm about to drive through a tunnel so you'll have to call back later. I'm about to dry for a tunnel, so you'll have to phone me again later. I tried to call back, but there was no answer. I tried to call back, but there was no answer. I try to wring her again, but there was no answer. So if someone rings you and you missed the call, you'll probably have to call them back and you'll notice. This one is another separable phrase over where we can put the pronoun between the two words. Cool me. Call me back later. Okay. On next phrase will verb is to break up Now two break up can have many different meanings. The most common is to end a relationship. For example, Jane and I broke up last year. I was heartbroken. Jane and I broke up last year. I was heartbroken. In other words, Jane and I ended our relationship last year. It broke my heart. I don't think they will ever break up. That relationship is too strong. I don't think they will ever break up. That relationship is too strong enough way to say that is. I think they will always be together because that relationship is strong now. Another common meaning of break up is to break something into smaller parts. Here's an example. I dropped the glass and it broke up into tiny pieces. I dropped the glass and it broke up into tiny pieces. Another way, we can say that I dropped the glass and it smashed into tiny pieces. Can you think of anything else? You can break up into smaller pieces? Our next phrase will verb is to call off and to call off means to cancel, usually an event. The council on event the party has been called off due to heavy rain. Party has been called off due to heavy rain. Mm. The party has been cancelled because of heavy rain. The enemy called off the attack. The enemy cooled off the attack. The enemy canceled their plans to attack. The boss will call off the meeting today because, he said, the boss will call off the meeting today because he's sick. The boss will cancel the meeting today. This is a phrase everyone wants to hear, isn't it? The next phrase aware today is to drop in and to drop in means to visit without plans. So to visit someone unexpectedly, for example, I dropped in to visit my mum. On the way home from work, I dropped in to visit my mom on the way home from work. So in other was he didn't plan to meet his mom. He met her on the way home. He didn't go there, especially to meet his mom. Another way to say this sentence is I stopped to visit my mum On the way home from work. I dropped in on the party uninvited. I dropped in on the party uninvited. In other words, I came to the party without an invitation. Have you ever dropped in on anyone uninvited before? You are welcome to drop in any time you are welcome to drop in any time. You are welcome to visit me anytime. That the next Fraser verb is to get over. To get over means to feel better after something bad happen in the dialogue. We had a boy wanting to get over a girl. You broke up with him. Here's another example. I got over my illness. After about a week, I got over my illness. After about a week, my illness went away. After about a week. It took me a while to get over her and stop thinking about her. It took me a while to get over her and stop thinking about her. Or it took me a while to feel better and stop thinking about her. It takes a long time to get over the death of a relative. It takes a long time. Get over the death of a relative. Mm. It takes a long time to move on. After the death of a relative, you'll notice this is another way to say it with a new phrase or verb move on 12. Dialogue 5: I heard she planned to move out of your place soon. That's right. I have a lot to sort out. It could be a lot to do with. Count it. Yes. I'll probably from out most of it. Okay, I'll visit you after you've settled into your new place. 13. Day 5: Moving House: today's first phrase will verb is to move out. To move out means to find a new house to live in. For example, he moved out from his parents house when he was 18. He moved out from his parents house when he was 18. Another way we can say this is he stopped living with his parents when he was 18. If you keep forgetting to put the toilet seat down, our move out. If you keep forgetting to put the toilet seat down, I'll move out. If you keep forgetting to put the toilet seat down, I won't live with you anymore. I'm moving out next week. I'm thinking of moving to Thailand. I'm moving out next week. I'm thinking of moving this highland. I'm going to move house next week, maybe to Thailand. Our next phrase over talks about what you do after you've moved house. And that is to settle in. To settle in means to become comfortable in a new place. For example, the best way to settle into a new home is to put your photos on the walls. The best way to set a win doing new home is to put your photos on the walls. The best way to be comfortable in a new home is to put photos on the wars. It always takes a while to settle into a new place. It always takes a while to settle into a new place. It takes a while to be comfortable in a new house. It looks like you've settled in Well, you're closer everywhere. It looks like you've settled in. Well, your clothes are everywhere. It looks like you've made yourself comfortable, your clothes everywhere. When was the last time you had to settle into a house or perhaps a hotel? On next phrase. A Web is to sort out to sort out means to organize. Here's an example. Can you help me sort out all these boxes? Can you help me sort out all these boxes? Can you help me organize all of these boxes? My computer had a lot of problems, but it has been sorted out now. My computer had a lot of problems, but it has been sorted out now. In other words, it's being fixed. Now we need to sort out the flight details for our holiday. We need to sort out the flight details for our holiday. We need to deal with the flight details for our holiday. The next one today is to throw out. This is a very common phrase will verb that means to put something in the big. I threw out a bag of oranges because they were old. I threw out a bag of oranges because they were old. I put a bag of oranges in the bin because they were owed her parents for out all of her old toys. Since she's older now, her parents for out all of her old toys since she's older now, her parents got rid off or her old toys. Defraud can also mean to kick out to be kicked out of a place so unwanted food or household materials can be thrown out in the bin. Unwanted people can be thrown out on the street. Here's an example. I was thrown out off the club for dropping a glass. I was thrown out off the club for dropping a glass. Another phrase of world we can use to describe the sentence is I was kicked out of the club for dropping a glass. When you have a problem, it's always a bad idea to ignore it. That's why this next phrase a verb, is so useful. And that is to deal with to deal with, which means to solve a problem. Here's an example. I'm always so busy at work. I have a lot of pesky customers to deal with. I'm always so busy at work. I have a lot of pesky customers to deal with. Another way to say that is I'm always so busy at work. I have a lot of annoying customers. The handle. I've hired a Web designer to deal with my website. I've hired a Web designer to deal with my website. I've hired a Web designer to manage my website. He's under a lot of stress now. He has a lot to deal with at work. He's under a lot of stress now. He has a lot to deal with at work. He has a lot of responsibilities at work 14. Dialogue 6: I ran into an old friend, Billy yesterday. I remember him. You two used to mess around the law in school. He used to make fun of You didn't? Hey. Yes, But you always stuck up for me. I'm sure you'd get on well now. 15. Day 6: An Old Friend: Our first phrase of work today is to run into to run into means, to meet unexpectedly, to meet by chance. Here's the first example I ran into my neighbor's while in Spain. What a coincidence. I ran into my neighbor's while in Spain. What a coincidence. Here's another way we can say that I met my neighbors in Spain by chance. War coincidence. Running into old school friends is always so awkward. Running into old school friends is always so awkward. Mm, unexpectedly meeting old school friends is always so awkward. I hope you don't run into any problems at work while I'm away. I hope you don't run into any problems at work while I'm away. I hope you don't have any unexpected problems at work while I'm away. Well, next phrase about today is to mess around. To mess around means to behave in a silly way to behave in a way that isn't sensible. For example, stop messing around. This is a library. You must be quiet. Stop messing around. This is a library. You must be quiet. Stop playing games. This is a library. You must be quiet. There are two other ways that we can convey the same meaning. Those with the phrase will verbs to screw around and to goof around or free of these, a commonly used and they mean the same thing. Mess around is the most formal offer free, and it's better used in more formal situations. Another example is as Children, we would always mess around. But we're more mature now, has Children. We would always mess around, but we're more mature now. As Children, we would always be immature. But we're more adult now. Whenever I'm bored, I just mess around on the Internet. Whenever I'm bored, I just mess around on the Internet. Whenever I'm bored, I just play on the Internet. Do you ever mess around when you're bored? The third phrase over up today is to make up for to make up. For this is a very common one. That means to do something to fix a bad situation. For example, I was a bad student in school, so I bought my teacher present to make up for it. I was a bad student in school, so I bought my teacher at present to make up for it. I bought my teacher present to apologize about being a bad student. I came to work earlier today to make up for being late yesterday. I came to work earlier today to make up for being late yesterday. So in this example, the bad situation is being late. He is fixing it by coming to work earlier the next day. I came to work earlier today to make my boss forgets about me being late yesterday Make up for and forget or a little different. But it gives a similar meaning. I'm sorry about missing your birthday. I'll make up for it somehow. I'm sorry about missing your birthday. I'll make up for it somehow. I'll do something to make you happy. Next phrase of love today is another free word. One to stick up for, to stick up for which means to defend someone. My boss doesn't believe that I was ill last week. Well used to cook for me. My boss doesn't believe that I was ill last week. Will you stick up for me? Will you tell him I was ill too? It's good to have an older brother who sticks up for you. It's good toe. Have an older brother who sticks up for you. It is good to have an older brother who defends you. It's important to stick up for yourself and your beliefs. It's important to stick up for yourself and your beliefs. It's important to support yourself and your beliefs. So an example of sticking up for yourself or defending yourself would be not letting other people laugh at what you believe in. The last phrase will vote for today is to get on, which means toe have a good relationship. So have a good relationship. For example, I didn't used to get on well with my brother. We always fought. I didn't used to get on well with my brother. We always fought. I didn't used to have a good relationship with my brother. We always had fights. Now this one also has another phrase of Web we can use. Nice to get along, get alone. These two are very similar. They have the same meaning, and they also have the same level off formality, so we can use evil one. For example. I didn't used to get along well with my brother. We always fought my wife, and I rarely argue. We get on really well. My wife and I rarely argue. We get on really well. My wife and I almost never argue. We have a good relationship. You may notice that get on is usually preceded by an adverb. In this case, well, the irregular advert for good. Well, if they had a bad relationship, we could say they get on poorly. We wouldn't say Paul reduced the adverb poorly. We get on poorly. I don't get on with him. He's so annoying. I don't get on with him. He's so annoying. We don't have a good friendship. He's someone doing. 16. Dialogue 7: I really stick out because I'm so it all cheer up. You know that tool? I guess so. Well, I have to head out now. It was nice to catch up with you. Definitely. I'll see you out. 17. Day 7: Too Tall!: today's first Fraser verb is to stick out. To stick out means to be easily noticed. For example, as a foreigner in Asia, I really stick out. It's easy to see me in a crowd. As a foreigner in Asia, I really stick out is easy to see me in a crowd. Here's an alternative way to say that same sentence as a foreigner in Asia. I look very different to everyone else. Look at that flower. It sticks out from all the others. Look at that flower. It sticks out from all the others. Look at that flower. It looks so different to the others. I don't remember much of last night. Nothing sticks out in my mind. Anyway, I don't remember much of last night. Nothing sticks out in my mind. Anyway, I don't remember much of last night. Nothing is obvious in my mind. Anyway, second phrase will work today is to cheer up. The cheer up means to become happier. For example, playing video games always helps me to cheer up When im sahd playing video games always helps me to cheer up when I'm sad. Playing video games always makes me happier when im sahd when you're sad What do you do to cheer up? Jennifer looks side So we cheer up. Jennifer looks odd. Shall we cheer her up? Shall we try to make her happy? I cheered up as soon as I saw the video off the cute cat I cheered up as soon as I saw the video off the cute cat I felt much happier when I saw the video off The cute cat Krayzelburg number free today is head out To head out this one means to leave is the first example. Look at the time. It's time for me to head out. Look at the time. It's time for me to head out. It's time for me to leave. I've really enjoyed seeing you, but I should be heading out soon. I've really enjoyed seeing you. I should be heading out soon. I've really enjoyed seeing you, but I should be going soon. We're heading out at 11 so don't be late. We're heading out at 11 so don't be late. We're leaving at 11. So don't be late. Next phrase of verb is to catch up. To catch up means to talk about recent events in someone's life to talk about what someone has been doing since the last time you met them. It was good to catch up with you. Let's do it again soon. It was good to catch up with you. Let's do it again soon. It was good to talk with you. Let's do it again soon. Can Trump has another meaning, which is to reach a person ahead of you. So it was two people running, or perhaps two cars in a race. If you catch up with them, you meet their speed. For example. You're going too fast. I can't catch up. You're going too fast. I can't catch up. You're going too fast. I can't reach you. Now. We have 1/3 meaning of catch up diesel. Very common ones. It's a very useful phrase. Will verb. It means to do something you should have done before. I'll show you in an example. I haven't done any homework for weeks, so I will spend the weekend catching up on it. I haven't done any homework for weeks, so I will spend the weekend catching up on it. In other words, haven't done any homework for weeks, so I will spend the weekend doing it. So if you haven't done your homework, you're behind on your homework. You need to catch up and doom, or so you're at the same level with the rest of your classmates. The last phrase over today is to see out. To see out. This one means to take somebody to the door when they leave. It's very specific, but also very useful. For example, it's been great seeing you. I'll see you out. It's been great seeing you. I'll see you out, which also means I'll walk you to the door. Although there are some exceptions, See out usually has a pronoun in between see you out, see somebody out. I was seen out by the bouncer after I had drunk too much. I was seen out by the bouncer after I had drunk too much. This is a very polite way of saying you were kicked out. The bouncer led me to the door after I had too many drinks to see how has a second common meeting, which is to last until the end of something, for example, we have enough food to see us out for the rest of the week. We have enough food to see us out for the rest of the week. We have enough food to the last for the rest of the week. 18. Dialogue 8: I want to ask out that. Cute Go make sure she doesn't get scared off. I don't know how I put up with you. Sometimes I'm just trying to open up to you. Talk to her, then just don't let the conversation drag on. 19. Day 8: Talk To Her: the first phrase of birth today is toe ask out toe. Ask out this means to invite someone on a date. Invite someone on a date. Never words. Ask someone to be your boyfriend or girlfriend. For example, I asked at my crush in school five years later. She's my wife. I asked out my crush in school. Five years later, she's my wife. Is another way to say that I invited to go. I liked in school on a date. Five years later, she is my wife. I was asked out by a lot of guys for prom, but I can't decide who I want to go with. I was asked out a lot of guys for prom, but I can't decide who I want to go with. A lot of guys asked me to go to problem of them, but I can't decide who I want to go with. He wanted to ask her out, but he was too shy. He wanted to ask her out, but he was too shy. He wanted to ask her on a date, but he was too scared. The second phrase of today is to scare off to scare off. This means to scare someone away so that they leave. For example, we tried to explore the graveyard, but we were scared off by the spooky noises. We tried to explore the graveyard, but we were scared off by the spooky noises. We tried to explore the graveyard, but the scary noises scared us on. We ran away. He watched the deer for a while until he scared it off by accident. He wants the deer for a while until he scared it off by accident. He wants the deer for a while until the DEA got scared. Unless here's another phrase of Web that has a very similar meaning. Nice to scare away the scare away. The meaning is the same, and they both have the same level off formality. So we could also say he watched the deer for a while until he's scared it away by accident . So there are two ways to say the same thing. The last example. The customers were scared off due to the high prices the customers were scared off due to the high prices. The customers didn't shop there because off the high prices, so I do, too, as the same meaning as because off next phrase will verb is to put up with to put up with which means to accept a bad situation. The roadworks outside a so annoying we just have to put up with it. Though the roadworks outside are so annoying, we just have to put up with it. Though the roadblocks outside are so annoying, we just have to deal with it, though. When was the last time you had to put up with noise? I put up with so many off your terrible jokes. I put up with so many off your terrible jokes. I have to tolerate so many of your terrible jokes. Another word for Petapa with is tolerate to tolerate. I can't put up with crying babies. I never want to have kids I can't put up with crying babies. I never want to have kids. I can't stand crying babies. I never want to have kids. Next phrase, all verb is to open up, which means to talk about something personal to see. The boy in the picture has a lock on his heart so he doesn't want to open up. Here's an example. It can be difficult for teenagers toe open up about their feelings. It can be difficult for teenagers. Open up about their feelings or it can be difficult for teenagers to talk about that deep feelings. I find it so easy to open up to you. I find it so easy to open up to you. I find it so easy to share my feelings with you. After months, she is finally starting to open up to me. After months, she is finally starting to open up to me. After months, she is finally starting to talk to me about her opinions and feelings. The last phrase a verb is to drag on to drag Elin, which means to go on for too long. For example, this meeting is dragging on. This meeting is dragging on or this meeting is taking too long. Our date dragged on for hours. It was so boring. Our date dragged on for hours. It was so boring. Our date lasted for hours. It was so boring. The case had dragged on for years because it couldn't be solved. The case had dragged on for years because it couldn't be so. The court case had lasted years because it couldn't be solved. I really hope that learning these Fraser burbs hasn't dragged on for you. I hope you've enjoyed it 20. Well Done! - Final Message: congratulations. You've made it to the end off the course. We've studied a lot together over these past few days. I'm sure you have a lot off new words in your head. Now let me know in the comments below this video, which Fraser verb you found the most interesting. Even though you finish the course, don't forget. It's important to keep reviewing what you've learned. Keep studying. So the best thing you can do is see if you can include some of the new words and phrases in your daily life. May be used them with friends. Use them at your work or your school and see if you can practice them as much as possible. That's the best way they will stick into your memory to thank you once again for taking part in this course well done for getting to the end. If you have any comments, questions, feedback for me, please leave them in the comments below and I will reply to you, Thank you very much and good luck with your future studies