#EngVocab: Phrasal Verbs Related to Work (2)

Do you know phrasal verbs related to work? Today we will learn more about phrasal verbs related to work. You can review the first lesson here englishtips4u.com/2018/06/01/engvocab-phrasal-verbs-related-to-work/ Let’s start. Call off. Meaning: to decide that a planned event will not happen. Example: “My boss decided to call off the meeting.” Run by. Meaning: tell someone … Continue reading #EngVocab: Phrasal Verbs Related to Work (2)

#EngVocab: Phrasal verbs related to work

Hi, Fellas happy Friday night! How’s your work this week anyway? This evening I would like to share some phrasal verbs related to work. “Carry out.” Meaning: doing a particular work, such as research, teaching, etc. Example: “The presentation will be carried out by Martin.” “Take over.” Meaning: to take a control of something. Example: “The … Continue reading #EngVocab: Phrasal verbs related to work

#EngVocab: Animal Phrasal Verbs (2)

Today we will continue to learn more about animal phrasal verbs. You can review the first lesson here https://englishtips4u.com/2018/03/05/engvocab-animal-phrasal-verbs/ Here we go: Fish out: take or pull something out, especially after searching it for some time. E.g. “She fished out a tissue from her bag.” Ferret out: to discover something (such as information) by careful … Continue reading #EngVocab: Animal Phrasal Verbs (2)

#EngQuiz: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Stand’

Hey, fellas! We meet again. How was your day?   On the last week session, we discussed phrasal verbs with ‘stand.’  Let’s follow it up with some exercises! #EngQuiz   Complete the following sentence the aforementioned phrasal verb and fill in the blanks with the appropriate adverbs or particles, such as: by, around, aside, back, … Continue reading #EngQuiz: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Stand’

#EngVocab: Phrasal verbs with ‘get’

Phrasal verb is a combination of verb and preposition or adverb or both. The combination usually gives a different meaning from the original verb. Do you know any phrasal verb with the word  ‘get’? Get up. Meaning: to get out of bed. Example: “I get up at 06.00 am in the morning.” Get through. Meaning: to succeed … Continue reading #EngVocab: Phrasal verbs with ‘get’

#EngQuiz: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Live’ and Explanation

Hello, good evening, everyone!! How are you today? You might have read the previous tweets that said we were going to have an #EngQuiz today. It’s really simple, read last week’s topic here https://englishtips4u.com/2016/11/12/engvocab-phrasal-verbs-live/ … as our #EngQuiz will be related to it. I’m going to tweet several sentence and you need to fill in the … Continue reading #EngQuiz: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Live’ and Explanation

#EngVocab: Phrasal verbs with ‘live’

Hello, hi, fellas! How are you today? We have quite some requests about phrasal verbs. For a start, you can browse this topic here https://englishtips4u.com/?s=phrasal+verbs&submit=Search Tonight, we are going to discuss some phrasal verbs with the word ‘live’ #EngVocab   We’ll start with ‘live by’, meaning to reside near something or to survive by using … Continue reading #EngVocab: Phrasal verbs with ‘live’