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phrasal verb Give inThe following phrasal verb ‘give in‘ is used when you agree to do something after trying to resist.

Listen to the audio lesson, complete our exercise below for an idea of how to use it in context.

Phrasal Verb Lesson: Give In

Decide which sentence uses the phrasal verb ‘Give In’ in the correct way? Leave a comment on our website in the comment section below with your answer.

  1. You must give in gifts at Christmas time.
  2. He gave in to buying a new television after the salesman gave him a good price.
  3. The pants were to small so she gave them in for a refund.

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