Phrasal Verb Audio: Catch UP
When you need to find out what has happened recently, you can use the phrasal verb ‘catch up’.
Phrasal Verb: Pull Over
When you get stopped by the police, you have to pull over. Learn how to use it here!
Phrasal Verb: Give In
Learn how to use this phrasal verb which can help you describe making a compromise or agreeing to something.
Phrasal Verb Story
A great way to learn phrasal verbs and easily remember them is with interesting stories.
Our method of teaching phrasal verbs is to first introduce each phrasal verb individually with examples and alternative meanings.
After learning 10 phrasal verbs, you will hear ALL of them in a crazy story that will help you interpret the phrasal verbs being used correctly in context.
Learn to USE Phrasal Verbs
Confidently in Your English!
Listen to naturally spoken English conversations that are fun, interesting and full of useful vocabulary, expressions, and phrases used everyday by native English speakers!
Phrasal Verb Audio: Go After
If you are ever in a line up, you might need this phrasal verb ‘go after’ to describe your place in line.
Phrasal Verb: Break Off
If you are ever in a relationship that has to end, you might have to use the phrasal verb ‘break off’.
Phrasal Verb: Track Down
When you are looking for something that is difficult to find, the phrasal verb ‘track down’ can help you describe searching for something.
Learn More Phrasal Verbs Outside of the Podcast!
In this video, your teacher’s Amy and Curtis explain 10 different phrasal verbs that were used naturally in a conversation lessons about driving.
This is a lesson that will challenge your listening skills as you hear several audio clips where 10 phrasal verbs are used.
Your challenge is to identify the phrasal verbs from the audio and fill in the blank spaces left in the transcription. Next, you will learn what the phrasal verb means. Lastly, you can practice using the phrasal verb by writing an answer in the comment area.
Use Phrasal Verbs English Confidently & Fluently!
We are focused towards improving your vocabulary, fluency, and make you have full command over the English Language. No matter in whatever corner of the world you have to go, using phrasal verbs in your conversations will not only boost your self-confidence, but will also help you leave an ever lasting impression. Nothing’s better than having a fluent conversation with basic yet twisted English Language.
There are many types of Phrasal Verbs, after listening to the phrasal verbs podcast, you will get to learn a lot and the best way to memorize them is to make them a part of your every day conversations. They may look confusing initially, but can be effortlessly used in conversations.