English Conversation Using DOWN Phrasal Verbs
- You should have at least an Intermediate level English grammar and vocabulary
- You should have an ability to use new language you learn
- You should have motivation to learn new aspects of English conversation
We've already left in this series, and now we're continuing to grow in our English fluency. Look down at the world of phrasal verbs and learn a whole new group of phrasal verbs organized by the preposition "down". Learn how to use DOWN phrasal verbs more fluently.
In this course, you will learn and use some of the most commonly used phrasal verbs with the preposition 'down'. I present them in a way that's easy to remember and learn. You will have the opportunity to use these phrasal verbs and expressions in real life examples, and learn additional vocabulary in context. Learn the different meanings and ways we use real life English.
You will also be able to download a PDF e-workbook to go along with this course. I encourage you to use the workbook and write your examples. This course is as interactive as you want. Send me your examples through social media or the comments, and get professional, real-life feedback.
- 2 hours of presentation-style lectures
- Dozens of phrasal verbs in different contexts
- Over 100 expressions and examples
- Full-color 34-page PDF e-workbook
- Interactive model with error correction
- Comprehensive Quizzes
- Much more!
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Who this course is for:
- Serious English learners who want to take their conversation to the next level
- About Me02:50
- Use the Workbook01:00
Practice. Learn. Improve. Jesse Sweed started teaching English in South Korea in 2006. He then traveled to Spain, and now he teaches English online to students all over the world. As the founder of Sweed Academy, he uses that experience to create the most practical and useful courses possible.
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