The ultimate English phrasal verbs course (3+ hours)
- 3 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- You will be able to understand the meaning of more than 100 of the most common phrasal verbs in English......and how to use them!
- A basic level of English.
- A pen and a note book.
- The will to learn.
Phrasal verbs are an important part of English. I personal use them, and hear them, every day. By not understanding the many phrasal verbs that English has, you are not helping your chances to pass exams and job interviews. Phrasal verbs can be difficult to learn but they are an important part of learning English as you will hear them all the time.
Regardless of why you are learning English you need to know the most commonly used phrasal verbs found in the English language and this course will do just that!
How does this course work?
As a teacher (and a language learner myself) I am a huge fan of quality learning. Learning a language is, for some people, a life time journey so don’t rush it. Concentrate on learning 3 or 4 phrasal verbs per day (3 to 4 videos), take notes and (very important) apply that knowledge. Remember.....practice, practice, practice!!!
As with most things in life consistency is the key to improving. Don’t watch 10 videos one day and then have a week off. It is better to watch 3 to 4 each day.....every day.
Also, the course is structured in alphabetical order so it is great to use as a future reference. Think of it as a video dictionary for phrasal verbs....ha ha.
Can I improve my English with this course?
Absolutely! It is so important that you learn the difference between the many phrasal verbs that are in English. If you don’t then you might make an unnecessary mistake that reduces your chances to succeed (pass a test, pass a job interview and so on).
Why should I choose this course over other courses?
I think I teach this course in an enthusiastic way and hope that this enthusiasm spreads to you. I believe that if you want to learn anything, you must be enthusiastic or you will simply give up.
Consistency is key (or king).
As I mentioned before, it’s much more effective to study a few minutes a day than to stud for a few hours once or twice a week. I want English to be your hobb that you enjoy not your habit that you hate. By only studying for a few minutes a day (but doing it every day) it is less likely that you will come to hate learning.
Remember what you learn.
I believe that quality is more important than quantity. My rule as an ESL/EFL teacher is to teach between 5 to 10 words per 1-hour class. This is because how many words you study is not important. Only how many words you can use is the number that we should care about. I see many students trying to remember 30 or even 50 words a day! But, the sad thing is the next day they may only remember 4 or 5. I will teach you vocabulary in a way that allows you to retain the vocabulary that you learn.
Enroll now and start improving right away!
So, if you want to use phrasal verbs like a native speaker why not enroll in this course? You have nothing to lose and you will be very glad you did.
Thank you and see you soon,
- Any person learning English.