English Phrasal Verbs – into part 3

If somebody ‘flies into’ an emotional state, they do it very suddenly and without warning. He flew into a panic when he heard that the big boss was coming. She flew into a rage when she heard that her project had been cancelled. If you ‘fool someone into’ doing something, you trick them into doing … Read more

English Phrasal Verbs – out part 7

If you ‘fall out’ with somebody, you have a bad argument with them. They fell out over the arrangements for the meeting. I don’t want to fall out with you but I’m very unhappy with what you have done. If news ‘leaks out’, people who shouldn’t know about it do. Details of the report leaked … Read more