Welcome to the phrasal verbs course!
Here, you will learn a range of phrasal verbs, as well as when/how to use them. You will also see them being used in conversations. It’s so important to understand phrasal verbs within a context in order to properly learn them. Here you will do that. You will have the time and encouragement to practice, to be creative and above all, to grow your confidence. Now, let us first start with the basics.
What is a phrasal verb?
In English, we use phrasal verbs all the time. We use them to give commands, to express an opinion, to share stories.
Phrasal verbs consist of a root verb (such as go, put or set) and an adverb and/or preposition (such as away, on or out).
For example: go away (verb + adverb).
‘Go away’ means to leave a place or person’s company.
This course is packed full of useful phrasal verbs, with explanations to help you understand how to use them in your English conversations.
Did you know that some phrasal verbs can have multiple meanings? Those meaning could be taken literally, others figuratively? Don’t worry, I’m going to explain all of this to you. By end of this course, you’ll be using phrasal verbs confidently to impress your conversation partners and express yourself fluently in English.
Now, let’s head to the introduction for a more detailed breakdown of phrasal verbs.