english phrasal verb hang out

Learn three English phrasal verbs: Hang Out, Goof Around and Play Around

  • Hang Out: To spend time with other people or in certain places.
  • Goof Around: When somebody is trying to be funny or making a joke
  • Play Around: When you’re moving an object with your hands

 

English Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal verbs that are easy to remember and frequently used help you to learn them quickly! Each of our phrasal verb lessons focuses on phrasal verbs that native speakers use in daily English and you will see frequently. Learning phrasal verbs in context (using stories) is another tip to help you learn phrasal verbs faster and to be able to use them in the perfect moment, making them easy English phrasal verbs!

The audio sample that we have used to create this lesson is from the conversation lesson about doctor visits where we shared some stories and experiences that we remember from going to the doctor.

To get the most benefit from this lesson, we recommend using the transcription from this podcast audio to help you dig deeper into the meaning, examples, and vocabulary that we used.

Free Members of our website get access to the most recent podcast lessons (from both of our podcasts), another 20+ phrasal verb lessons with 2 full stories, speaking fluency lessons, and tips to improve your communication in real-life situations.

Take the first step to reach your fluency goals by joining us as a Free Member here

 

REC Premium Membership

Get access to all of our online courses, practice with us in our ‘member only’ WhatsApp Group, join conversation practice sessions, and take your English to the next level. Help support REC by becoming a member and get access to awesome English lessons that will guide you toward your fluency goals. View Membership options.

 

Other Phrasal Verb Lessons:

Hear some other lessons from our podcasts