Very very useful to share 😊
Many of my students worry about phrasal verbs, and I have written several posts about them, including a basic introduction to the what they are and how they are used and a more recent post on phrasal verbs for everyday actions.
One of the most common complaints is that there are simply so many of them, and that they are difficult to remember, especially when the main verb is a very common one such as take or set. In this post, therefore, I have selected just 5 phrasal verbs. All of them are extremely common, and all of them can be used in a wide variety of contexts. If you learn just these 5, you will be able to use them in your writing and impress your teachers.
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Hope you enjoy my version! its one of my favourist song from Sting my version
Once upon a time there lived a pretty girl named Belle who lived with her father. One day he was to go to a far-off place and on his way back he found a huge castle and he saw a beautiful rose for Belle. He stole it and the beast appeared.
Bruno, my old faithful. Is it enough to say he is indescribable? The soft down of your white hair lightly playing above your scalp like a half-blown dandelion. I should begin with your height,which is very short. On a good day you barely reach my chest. Or shall I start with the eyeglasses you fished out of a box and claimed as your own, enormous round things that magnify your eyes.
In 1605, thirteen young men planned to blow up
the Houses of Parliament. Among them was
Guy Fawkes, Britain’s most notorious traitor.
On the day you were born I realised that the sparkle in your eyes was my guiding light and your smile my life’s purpose. I love you, you motivated me to be an awesome mum. With you around, I am never sad. Never stop believing in yourself.
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