1 Minute English Lessons: Phrasal Verbs
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1 Minute English Lessons: Phrasal Verbs

Learn the most common phrasal verbs used by native English speakers
4.9 (2 ratings)
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260 students enrolled
Created by Michael Day
Last updated 6/2018
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 34 articles
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Understand and use commonly used English phrasal verbs
  • Use English language that is used by native English speakers, not textbooks
  • Communicate more easily with native English speakers
  • Sound more natural when speaking English
Requirements
  • Students should have at least an intermediate level of conversational English
Description

Welcome to Native Speakers English Lessons! 


I'm Michael, your course creator and instructor.


This course teaches common phrasal verbs that will help you when communicating with native English speakers.

Even English language learners who have great grammar and vocabulary struggle when it comes to communicating with native (British, North American, and Australian) speakers. It's partly because native English speakers use a lot of language that isn't often taught in schools and in textbooks.

Did you know that,'get along' means to tolerate someone? With this phrasal verb, you can't understand what it means by looking at the words alone - the meaning is totally different.

The English language is full of phrasal verbs which is why it can be difficult, even for people with a high-level of English to understand native English speakers' everyday speech.



In this course you will learn phrasal verbs that are commonly used by British, North American, and Australian Speakers every day.

In each video lesson you will learn a phrasal verb, pronunciation, and common examples. Each phrasal verb is presented and shown with 2-3 examples. Then there are quizzes with questions for you to practice using each phrasal verb - these are part of each video lesson. You can also ask question on each video and notes lesson.


The course is divided into 5 sections and on section 5  there will be quizzes to test your understanding of ALL the phrasal verbs you've learned. 

Learning these phrasal verbs will help you speak more natural, everyday English and better understand native English speakers.

So what are you waiting for? Join Native Speakers Phrasal Verbs and start speaking English with the world!

Michael

Who this course is for:
  • English learners who would like to sound more natural.
Course content
Expand all 85 lectures 01:04:05
+ Common Phrasal Verbs (Bronze)
28 lectures 21:14
Bronze Section - In this section you will learn...
00:13
Take apart
01:14
Take apart Notes
00:10


This quiz has 3 questions and you can take them apart if you want.

Take apart Quiz
3 questions
Eat up Notes
00:12


Don't let it eat you up if you can't pass the quiz.

Eat up Quiz
4 questions
Deal with
01:05
Deal with Notes
00:11


Can you deal with this quiz?

Deal with Quiz
4 questions
How to pronounce take apart, eat up, deal with
01:37
Back down
01:04
Back down Notes
00:14


The quiz may seem tough, but don't back down.

Back down Quiz
4 questions
Why are you learning English?
01:23
Fall apart Notes
00:14


Hopefully this quiz won't cause you to fall apart.

Fall apart Quiz
3 questions
Keep at
01:17
Keep at Notes
00:14


English may be tough, but keep at it!

Keep at Quiz
3 questions
Wake up
01:03
Wake up Notes
00:07

Wake up Quiz
4 questions
Hand back
01:19
Hand back Notes
00:13


Please hand the quiz back to the teacher once you're finished.

Hand back Quiz
4 questions
Get ahead Notes
00:10


It can be difficult to get ahead in English, but keep at it!

Get ahead Quiz
4 questions
Make for
01:10


Time to make for the quiz!

Make for Quiz
4 questions
How to pronounce wake up, hand back, get ahead, make for
01:08
Summary of the Bronze Section
00:22
Congratulations on BRONZE!
00:15
+ Advanced Phrasal Verbs (Silver)
28 lectures 20:08
Silver Section - In this section you will learn...
00:20
Ask out Notes
00:10

If you learn more phrasal verbs. You'll be more confident to ask someone out.

Ask out Quiz
3 questions
Make up
01:15
Make up Notes
00:15


made this quiz up.

Make up Quiz
4 questions
Call off
01:00
Call off Notes
00:08


Sorry, but this quiz hasn't been called off.

Call off Quiz
4 questions
How to pronounce ask out, make up, call off .
00:58
Do over
01:06
Do over Notes
00:10

Do this quiz over if you can't pass it the first time.

Do over Quiz
4 questions
Back off
01:14
Back off Notes
00:08


Back off! This is my quiz.

Back off Quiz
4 questions
Accelerate your English
01:49
Accelerate your English Notes
00:41
Lay off
01:14
Lay off Notes
00:16

If you don't pass this quiz you be laid off.

Lay off Quiz
4 questions
How to pronounce do over, back off, lay off.
00:47
Take out
01:10
Take out Notes
00:13

I'm going to take this quiz out on a date.(what..?)

Take out Quiz
4 questions
Pay for
01:09
Pay for Notes
00:10


You'll pay for taking this test! (J/K)

Pay for Quiz
3 questions
Screw up
01:11
Screw up Notes
00:09

Try not to screw the quiz up!

Screw up Quiz
4 questions
Beat up
01:10
Beat up Notes
00:08

Don't let this quiz beat you up. You can do this.

Beat up Quiz
4 questions
How to pronounce take out, pay for, screw up, beat up.
01:02
Summary of the Silver Section
00:51
Congratulations on SILVER!
00:11
+ Expert Phrasal Verbs (Gold)
25 lectures 18:44
Gold Section: In this section you will learn...
00:29
Get along
01:15
Get along Notes
00:09

Try to get along with the other students taking this quiz.

Get along Quiz
4 questions
Ask for
01:20
Ask for Notes
00:10

You're asking for this quiz by taking this course.

Ask for Quiz
4 questions
Fall for
01:15
Fall for Notes
00:10

If someone tells you this quiz is hard, don't fall for it.

Fall for Quiz
3 questions
How to pronounce get along, ask for, fall for
00:53
Call in
01:12
Call in Notes
00:07

You can call me in if you need help on this quiz.

Call in Quiz
4 questions
See about
01:18
See about Notes
00:13

Let's see about getting this quiz done ASAP.

See about Quiz
5 questions
Abide by
01:40
Abide by Notes
00:12

Please abide by the rules of this quiz and only select the answer that seems the most correct. Thank you.

Abide by Quiz
4 questions
How to pronounce call in, see about, abide by
00:46
Keep down
01:03
Keep down Notes
00:05

Shh! Keep it down. The quiz is about to begin.

Keep down Quiz
3 questions
Rip off
01:23
Rip off Notes
00:09

This quiz is a rip off, it only has 4 questions.

Rip off Quiz
4 questions
Fall behind
01:08
Fall behind Notes
00:10

Don't fall behind on this course! Make sure to review and watch the videos again if needed.

Fall behind Quiz
4 questions
Get around to
01:22
Get around to Notes
00:17

Finally got around to doing this quiz, hmm?

Get around to Quiz
5 questions
How to pronounce keep down, rip off, fall behind, get around to
01:07
Gold Section Summary
00:46
+ Final Section
3 lectures 02:54
Intro to the Final Section
00:50


Welcome to the Review Quiz.

You can always take the quiz again, but if you're not ready yet, now's a good time to go back and review a little bit more.

Good luck

The Review Quiz
20 questions

Welcome to the Final test!

This is it. 

The moment you've been studying for. 

You can always take the test again, but if you're not ready yet, now's a good time to go back and review a little bit more.

I look forward to seeing you after the test.

Good luck

Phrasal Verb Final Test
40 questions
Outro to Course
01:43
Cheers
00:21