Rub in English Phrasal Verb

 

In this audio lesson, you will learn the phrasal verb ‘Rub In‘ means to massage something until it absorbs. Listen to this audio lesson and then practice using it.

 

Examples Using this Phrasal Verb: 

  • I have to rub in all of the sunblock so that I don’t have any tan lines.
  • Rub the spices into the meat so that it has a nice flavor when it’s finished cooking.

 

Learning Activities: 

Practice using this phrasal verb by answering some questions:

  1. What type of lotion or cream do you need to rub in?
  2. Have you ever rubbed in anything? What was it?

 

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