English Phrasal Verbs – go

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If food is stored in a hot place for too long, it will ‘go off’. I think this fish has gone off. It smells terrible. If you don’t keep it in the fridge, it will soon go off. As time continues, we say that time ‘goes by’. One year went by without any news from […]

Go phrasal verbs part 1

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This lesson is the first lesson about using the verb ‘to go’ combined with particles. Here are some of the most common: ‘to go about’ means to deal with or tackle a task or job. Do you know how to enrol on the course? I don’t know how to go about it. How can I […]

Phrasal Verbs – think

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These exercises are about using the verb ‘to think’ combined with particles: ‘to think ahead’ means to make plans or arrangements for the future. Just concentrate on today and try not to think too far ahead. We’re already thinking ahead to what will happen after the elections. ‘to think back’ means to look back over […]

Phrasal Verbs – push

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The next verb we are going to look at is the verb ‘to push’ combined with particles. Here are some of the most common: ‘to push ahead’ with a plan or arrangement means to continue with it when there are problems or others wish to stop. We’ve had a few problems but we have decided […]