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Stop Saying I Think, Different Ways to Say I Think - English Grammar Here

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14 Phrasal Verbs with THROW: Throw away, Throw out, Throw up...

Phrasal verbs with THROW! Learn throw away meaning, throw down meaning, throw in meaning, throw off meaning, throw on meaning, throw out meaning, throw up meaning with examples and ESL pictures.

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2000+ Phrasal Verbs List from A-Z (to Sound Like A Native!) • 7ESL

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60+Phrasal Verbs With TURN: Turn Around, Turn Back, Turn On, Turn Up... - 7 E S L

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“Leave out” means “to not include someone or something”. Example: She feels left out because the other girls don’t play with her.

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“Set apart” means “to distinguish, to be better than or different from others”. Example: Mike’s natural athleticism sets him apart from other guys. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Get back together” means “to start a relationship with somebody again”. Example: I just got back together with my ex-girlfriend.

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“Hand over” means “to give power or control to someone else”. Example: When Mr. Jones gets old, he will hand over his business to his son.

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“Keep back” means “to not tell someone about something”. Example: The officials suspected that he was keeping back some important information. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Get by” means “to have just enough money to live on”. Example: They’re finding it increasingly difficult to get by since their daughter was born.

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PARTY Vocabulary: 9 Useful Party Phrasal Verbs • 7ESL

Party Vocabulary! List of commonly used party phrasal verbs in English with meaning, examples and ESL picture.

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phrasalcards: “ “Take aback” means “to surprise or shock”. Example: The news of my favorite singer’s death took me aback. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com ”

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Phrasal Verbs with BEAT: Beat down, Beat out, Beat up

Phrasal Verbs with BEAT! Learn beat down meaning, beat out meaning, beat up meaning, beat off meaning...in English with example sentences and ESL picture.

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