phrasal verb Slip UpThis is a free lesson where we give you some excellent examples showing how to use slip up which means to make a mistake or to have an error.

Listening to the audio lesson shows you the correct way to express this verb, Then you will be able to complete an exercise below to practice how to use it in context.

Phrasal Verb Lesson: Slip Up

Decide which sentence uses the phrasal verb ‘Slip Up’ correctly? Leave a comment in the comment section below with your answer.

  1. I slipped up the ice and fell on my butt.
  2. John slipped up on the bill and did not charge enough to the client.
  3. We like to slip up a nice cold drink on a hot day to cool off.


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