300+ Phrasal Verbs |Spoken English Vocabulary 4 Conversation
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300+ Phrasal Verbs |Spoken English Vocabulary 4 Conversation

Phrasal verbs are vocabulary & you NEED them for English language conversation!
4.6 (300 ratings)
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Last updated 4/2019
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 22 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Complete the course to:
  • – DOMINATE English conversation
  • – Use and understand native level (C2) spoken English
  • – Never be confused watching TV, reading, or talking with natives
Requirements
  • Not recommended for complete beginners
  • Some adult expressions & vocabulary may not be suitable for young children
  • – You will do the reviews
Description


Enroll to become the master of English conversation you've always dreamed of!

Join now for:

  1. Video dictionary of the 300+ most important phrasal verbs in the English language

  2. New video each week!

  3. Phrasal verbs that are necessary to understand real conversations

  4. Fluent (C2) vocabulary you need to use in spoken English

  5. Formal vocabulary to speak with clients and colleagues at work, and with students and professors in the classroom

  6. Informal vocabulary to speak with clients and colleagues outside of work, and with students and professors outside of the classroom


ATTENTION: There is some adult vocabulary in this course that might not be suitable for children,

as lectures may include discussion of informal phrasal verbs and other expressions meant for adult learners.

Who this course is for:
  • This course is for you if:
  • – You want fluent spoken English
  • – Advanced conversational vocabulary
  • – Understand informal English
  • – Never be confused in English conversation
Course content
Expand all 33 lectures 03:04:20
+ What phrasal topics to focus on?
0 lectures 00:00
Tell me what topics and situations you need help with the most, or tell me what type of English you use and where you use it, so I can add phrasal verbs that are most helpful for you!
Most difficult topics?
1 question
+ A Phrasal Verbs
1 lecture 03:52

To act out, add up, add up to, ask out, ask around

Preview 03:52
+ B Phrasal Verbs
2 lectures 18:53

To back out, back up, be after, be along, be away, be down on, be down, be fed up, be in, be in on, blow up, break down

Preview 09:38

To break in/into, breaking, break through, break off, break out, break out in, break out of, break up, bring about, bring along, bring down, bring forth, bring forward, bring on, bring up, burn up

B Part 2
09:15
+ C Phrasal Verbs
2 lectures 19:01

To call around, call back, call off, call on, call someone up, calm down, not care for, carry over, change over, check in/out, check out, check up on, cheer on, chip in, clean up

C Part 1
09:37

To come across, come apart, come down with something, come in, come forward, come in, come up, come up with something,  count on someone, cross out, cut back on something, cut down, cut in, cut someone off, cut off, cut out something, cut it out, cut out, 

C Part 2
09:24
+ D and E Phrasal Verbs
2 lectures 05:28

To divide up, do over, do up, draw out, dress up, drive up, drop in/by, drop off, drop out,

D
04:27

To eat out, end up

E
01:01
+ F Phrasal Verbs
1 lecture 06:57

To fall apart, to fall back on so/sth, fall down, fall behind, fall for someone, fall into, fall out, fall out of, fall off, figure out, fill something in/out, fill up, find out

F
06:57
+ G Phrasal Verbs
2 lectures 18:38

Get across, get away, get along with, get around, get around to, get away, get away with, get back, get back at, get back into, get on, get in, get over, get together, get up

G Part 1
09:07

To give away, give back, give in, give out, give up, go after, go against, go ahead, go back, go out, go over, go without, grow apart, grow back, grow into, grow out of, grow up

G Part 2
09:31
+ H and K Phrasal Verbs
2 lectures 07:30

To hand something down, hand in, hand over, hang in, hang on, hang up, hold back, hold on/onto, hold up

H
05:46

To keep on doing, keep from someone, keep out, keep up

K
01:44
+ L and M Phrasal Verbs
2 lectures 09:11

To let down, let in, log in/out, look after, look down on, look for, look forward to, look into, look out for, look over, look up, look up to

L
04:35

To make up, mix up, move along

M
04:36