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Phrasal Verbs with TAKE: "take to", "take in", "take after"...
http://www.engvid.com So you've decided to take up English. Good for you! Take your language skills further by learning phrasal verbs that use the verb TAKE. In this lesson, you'll learn the difference between "taking a girl out to dinner" and "taking the bad guy out of action". We'll also look at expressions such as "take to", "take in", "take after", and more. If you don't know them already, don't worry. I'll take you under my wing! Test your knowledge with the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/phrasal-verbs-take/ TRANSCRIPT Hi. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I'm Adam. Today's lesson is, again, phrasal verbs; everybody's favourite lessons. Today, we're going to look at phrasal verbs using the verb "take". Again, a quick review: what is a phrasal verb? A phrasal verb is a verb and a preposition, when put together, giving different meanings. Sometimes one, sometimes two, sometimes more. So, today, we're going to look at "take out", "take in", "take over", "take up",-excuse me-"take after", "take back", "take off", "take on", "take down", "take to". Let's start with "take out". All of you, of course, know takeout food. You go to McDonald's, they ask you if you want to eat in or take out. So, take out means to take your food to go. That's one meaning. Another meaning of "take out" is the literal meaning; exactly what the words mean. For example, you have a turkey in the oven. It is finished cooking. You take it out of the oven. Then, there is also the slang. If you want to take someone out, you kill them. You see this in kind of the mob movies. They want to take someone out; they want to assassinate. Assassinate. I'll have to... Yeah, I'll leave that for now. Okay. "Take in". What does "take in" mean? A few meanings as well. The first is the most common one. If your clothes are too big, if you've lost some weight, you might want to take in your shirt, or your dress, or your pants. You take it to a tailor, and he or she will take it in; make it smaller, tighter. Another meaning of "take in", for example, if you go outside your house and you see a cat, and the cat is sitting there: "Meow, meow", you know, it's all sad and lonely. You take it in. It doesn't mean you take it into your house. It, of course, means that. But more, it means like adopt. You take it into your house, you give it a home, it's part of the family. So, you accept, you take in, you adopt something or someone. "Take over". "Take over" means assume control of something. So, for example, if I own a big company and you own a slightly smaller company, but you're my competition, one way I can beat you is I can take over your company. I can buy a lot of shares in your company, and I take over. I take control. If we're going on a long road trip, and I'm driving and I'm getting tired, I say: "Oh, can you take over the driving?" Means we switch, and you continue driving. "Take up". If you take up space, for example, it means you use. You use space. You take up space in a room. Another way to say "take up" is you start to do something new, like a new hobby, or you start learning something new. So, recently, I took up Spanish. It means I started going to Spanish classes, and I started to learn Spanish. Now, if you add "with", you can take something up with someone. It means you can discuss. So, if you have a problem in your class and you're falling behind, and you're not doing so well, take this problem up with your teacher. It means go to your teacher and discuss the situation. See how you can fix it. Okay. "After". If you take after someone, means you behave like them. It's very similar to look like, except it's not about physical features; it's about personality. So, if you take after someone, you are similar to someone in terms of character or behaviour. So, for example, I take after my mother. My sister takes after my father. My father was a very hot-tempered man. My sister's a very hot-tempered woman, so she takes after him. "Take back". Again, two meanings. There's the literal meaning, so I lend you my pen. You use it. You finished. I take it back. You give it back to me, it returns to me; I take it back. Now, if I said something really mean to you or something not nice, or I made a promise and then I take it back, it means I cancel what I said. So, if I said something that made you upset and I take it back, it means I apologize. I take back the bad words and everything's okay, hopefully. If I made a promise then take it back, it means I'm not going to do this promise anymore. Okay? So you have to be a little bit careful about take backs. "Take off". I think most of you know the airplane takes off. It goes down the runway, then "whew," takes off. But "take off" can also mean to be very successful or very quickly to do well. So, a business starts and, you know, the owners are doing what they can, but suddenly the business just takes off. It becomes very popular, very successful, making lots of money, hopefully, again.
12 Phrasal Verbs about CLOTHES: dress up, try on, take off...
http://www.engvid.com/ Do you know what a 'phrasal verb' is? In this lesson, I will explain what a phrasal verb is, and teach you the most common phrasal verbs native speakers use to talk about clothing. I will teach you 'dress up', 'zip up', 'do up', 'wear in', 'kick off', 'have on', and many more! Phrasal verbs can be difficult for English learners to remember. Watch this lesson and then take the quiz, so that you'll remember them all! http://www.engvid.com/12-phrasal-verbs-clothes/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, there. My name is Emma, and in today's video, I am going to teach you some phrasal verbs about getting dressed and putting on clothes. Okay? So it's about clothes. What's a phrasal verb? A phrasal verb is when you have a verb and you have a preposition. So it's a verb plus preposition is a phrasal verb. Students usually hate phrasal verbs. There's so many of them in English and they're very difficult to remember. So, in this video, I'm going to teach you maybe 12 or 13 phrasal verbs that will really help you to improve your English. So let's get started. The first verb I want to teach you is: "dress up". Okay. "Dress up". What does it mean "to dress up"? When you dress up, maybe you have a hot, hot date. Maybe there's the boy or the girl of your dreams and you want to look good - you will dress up, meaning you will wear something that looks extra good. So, for example, right now, I'm wearing this sweater, not dressed up. If I wanted to dress up, oh, look here, maybe I would put on this nice dress. Okay? So dress up. Here's my sentence: "I have a date. I have a date. I should dress up tonight." Okay. "Zip up". So again: "dress up", "zip up". What does "zip up" mean? Well, I'll show you. Did you see that? "Zipping up" means you have a zipper and you pull it up. "Zip up! It's cold!" Mothers love to say this to their children: "Zip up your jacket so you won't be cold." Very similar to zip up, is: "button up". When you "button up" something, you don't zip up, you have buttons. So let me show you. So I will take off my sweater and I will put on a new jacket with buttons. Okay, so if I button up my jacket... Maybe... Where is the button? Okay, here we go. Just like this. Okay? So I buttoned up my jacket. Okay, good. "I should button up my jacket." The next expression I want to teach you: "do up". So all of these: "up", "up", "up", "up". If you "do something up", it means you either button it up or you zip up. "Do up" means the same thing as "zip up" and "button up". "I must do up my jacket." Means: I should button up my jacket, do up your jacket. Okay? It's all the same. "Have on". "What do you have on right now?" It means the same thing as: "wearing". What are you wearing? What do you have on? Pay special attention, the preposition is: "on". Okay? So tell me, what does Emma have on right now? Emma has a hat on. Well, it's not exactly a hat; it's a shower cap. I like to take baths, so this is for the shower. "Put on". "I put on my hat." Okay? When you put something on, it's just putting on. "I put on my hat." What's the opposite of: "put on"? Oh, I don't have it here. Well, you will see it in a moment. But I put on - "take off". I took off my hat. Next expression: "throw on". "I threw on my hat." Can you guess what this means? If I "throw it on", it means I do it quickly. Okay? "I threw on my hat and I ran out the door.", "I threw on my hat and I went to school.", "I threw on my jacket and I went to school." So it means you put on clothes very quickly. I'm going to take off my hat. I think it's a little too colourful. "Try on". What does it mean "to try something on"? If you ever go to a store and you see: "Oh, look at that dress. It's the most beautiful dress." I'm going to try it on, meaning I'm going to put it on at the store to see if I like it. So "try on" is for shopping. You usually go to a small room, a fitting room, and you see if you like the outfit by putting it on. So it's about stores. "At the store, I tried on a shirt.", "At the store, I tried on the shoes, I tried on the hat." So this is the expression: "try on". Again: "on", "on", "on", "on". And the first four were: "up", "up", "up", "up". It's very important that you use the correct prepositions. If I say: "Do down", or: "do in", or: "do off", these maybe don't make any sense or they have different meanings. So the preposition is what makes the meaning. So let me teach you some more expressions about getting dressed. Okay, so I already explained: "take off", but I wanted you to see how it's spelt. "Take off". I took off my hat, now I have no hat. "I took off my jacket." Means to take off your jacket. Okay, so it's the opposite of: "put on". I put on my hat and I took off my hat.
Difference between - 'Clean out', 'Clean off', 'Clean up' & 'Clean away' -  English Grammar Lesson
Learn to speak fluent English -- Accent Training, Correct Grammar usage, Idioms, Phrases and vocabulary with example sentences. Before Ceema explains the differences between "clean up", "clean out", etc. here's a warning: if you don't already know these phrases, it's a bad idea to learn them all at the same time. If you already know these expressions and you'd like to figure out exactly how they're different, Watch on! Spaces and messes When you talk about cleaning, you're talking about two different things: the space that you're cleaning the mess that's in that space You can use each form of "clean" to talk about either cleaning the space: eg. We need to clean up the living room. ORcleaning the mess that's there: eg. We need to clean up those dirty dishes. The different forms of 'clean' You "clean out" the inside of a space that has a large mess in it: clean out the refridgerator clean out your car clean out your desk You "clean off" a flat surface: clean off the counter clean off the whiteboard clean off your windshield You "clean up" a room or a larger area: clean up your bedroom clean up the city clean up after the concert clean up your hard drive "Clean away" is different from the others because you only use it to talk about the messy things that you're cleaning, not the space that those things are in: clean away the dishes clean away the mud clean away the broken branches 'Clean' by itself What about just using the word "clean" by itself? It usually means to clean the most obvious part of something. For example: clean the toilet This means to clean the inside of the toilet bowl. clean the floor This means to clean the surface of the floor. If using the word "clean" by itself would lead to any confusion, use one of the other phrases instead. For example, instead of saying "clean the cabinets", say: Can you clean out the cabinets? Or: Can you clean off the cabinets?
8 Phrasal Verbs with BREAK: break in, break up, break through...
Native English speakers use phrasal verbs all the time! A phrasal verb is a phrase with a common verb that often means something you might not expect. Take a break for a few minutes, and watch this lesson on phrasal verbs with "break". Whether you need to "break up" with someone, "break into" a new career, or "break up" a fight, these expressions will help you "break away" from the pack. Start using these common expressions today after testing yourself in the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/8-break-phrasal-verbs/ Watch more PHRASAL VERB lessons here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7_QXVcvcfQ&list=PLs_glF4TIn5YwzZX0WkcvWbipolVN7VCm TRANSCRIPT Hi. Welcome to engVid. I'm Adam. In today's video we're going to look at phrasal verbs. Well, one phrasal verb in particular using the verb "break". So, again, just to refresh our memories: A phrasal verb is a verb and a preposition that when put together sometimes have completely different meanings than the two words, and sometimes they have multiple meanings. So we're going to start with: "break". First of all: "break" means to basically make somebody whole not whole. So you can break your bone, means it's, like, snap in half, or you break your glass. You drop the glass on the floor and it breaks, it comes into pieces, so that's what "break" means. And most of these words you can a little bit guess their meanings, some of them you will not guess at all. We're going to start with "break out". Okay, "break out" has a few meanings, and we have the noun "breakout". Okay? "To break out", so the first meaning we're going to look at is a rash, r-a-s-h. Actually I'll write this down for you. If you break out in a rash, it basically means you ate something that you're allergic to. So, some people, for example, are allergic to chocolate. So they eat a piece of chocolate, or... By accident and suddenly on their skin they see little, red dots everywhere. Okay? That is called a rash. It's itchy, it's not very pretty, but it's an allergic reaction. So you break out in a rash, usually. Okay? That's one. The same thing, on the same idea, when we talk about a disease. So, a disease or a virus, for example, starts somewhere and then it just breaks out. It spreads. So: "to break out" means to spread. So, some diseases, like for example, SARS, I don't know if everybody remembers that disease, it started in one little place, and then it suddenly broke out and travelled all over the world, and it was an epidemic, and everybody was really scared. Another meaning of "break out" and similar to the idea of spread, when we talk about artists, especially like actors or musicians, they break out, it means they suddenly become very popular or very famous. So, some singers or some bands, they make an album, for example. And, you know, the sales are so-so and not that many people hear about them. Then their next album, so-so, maybe a little bit better, maybe not. Their third album suddenly they break out, suddenly everybody knows who they are, they're very famous, everybody's buying their album, so we also call this their "breakout album". That's the album that spread their name and made them famous. Okay? And lastly: "to break out" means to escape. So if you break out of jail, that means you escape from jail. So a little bit like, you know, you have... You're handcuffed or you have that ball with a chain on your leg, so you break it and you get out, so you escape. You break out of jail. So that's "break out". "Break in", a few meanings. One, and again, "break-in" is a noun with the hyphen. "To break in" basically means to enter illegally and using force. So, if someone has a break in in their house, means that the burglar broke the lock or the window, or whatever and came in and stole their things. So: "to break in" means to enter forcefully. Usually we use it with "break into", you break into someone's house, you break into the office, etc. But "break into" has another meaning, we'll get to that. So that's "break in". Another meaning of "break in": "to break in" means to make something basically more suited to your style, to your comfort. Okay? So think about jeans. When you buy your first pair of jeans or when you buy a new pair of jeans, I should say, they're a little bit stiff. You know? They're not that comfortable, you're not sitting too well in them, so you do a few squats. Okay? Or you do some stretches, or you put it in the laundry, and after a few washes, it becomes a little bit softer, a little bit more flexible, so now your jeans are broken in. You've broken in your jeans. If you take a baseball glove-okay?-this is a very common thing that you need to break in. When you buy a new baseball glove it's very stiff, so if somebody throws you the ball, you can't catch it because you can't close the glove. So, what do you do? […]
5 Phrasal Verbs with GET - get up, get along, get ahead, get by...
http://www.engvid.com/ "Get" is a tricky word. It is also a very popular verb in English phrasal verbs. Learn 5 of them in this essential lesson and you will definitely get ahead! After the lesson, take the quiz here: http://www.engvid.com/5-phrasal-verbs-get/ Transcript: Hi guys. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on five phrasal verbs with "get". If you are watching this, you know that phrasal verbs are one of the most difficult things to master in English because they often have an idiomatic meaning. So today, we're going to look at five of them, and they all have "get" in some way. No. 1 is "get up". If you've been studying for a while, you might be familiar with this verb. "I got up late today." What do you think this means, "I got up late today"? Right. It means "to rise from your bed", right? "To get up" is "to rise from bed". And not only from bed. You can get up from any position where you are lying down. So, to "rise from bed", or really any lying position. Okay. You can also get up from a chair as well, if you're sitting. That is the meaning of "get up". You can ask your friend, "Hey, what time did you get up today?" "I got up at 7 a.m. or at 6 a.m.", whatever it is. Okay, No. 2, we have "get along", and this can be by itself, or you can add "with". You can "get along with" a person, "with" someone. Sorry about that. For example, "My sister gets along with everybody". What do you think the meaning of this is? Okay. Do you think she has a good relationship, or do you think she has a bad relationship? Well, the meaning is she has a good relationship with everybody. So to "get along" or to "get along with" someone is to have a good relationship with -- I'm just going to put "S/O" for "someone". Okay. For example, if you "get along" with -- well, of course, you "get along with" your friends. You can get along with anybody -- I mean anybody that you know in your life. If you have a good relationship with them, you can say, "Yeah we get along". The negative is, "I don't get along with" that person, or "we don't get along". So you can say, "We don't get along", or "We get along". Or if you want to add "with": "Yeah, I get along with her", or "I get along with him", or "we don't get along together", as well. Okay. No. 3, we have "get ahead". All right. Example: "If you want to get ahead, work hard." "You have to work hard if you want to get ahead." If you look at the context of this sentence, you might be able to figure out the meaning, and in this situation, "get ahead" means "to succeed" or "make progress". So if you work in a company, and you are "getting ahead" in the company, it means that you started at the bottom, and you're working your way up, up, up, the ladder. Then you are "getting ahead" in the company. You can "get ahead" in life even. Make progress. Succeed at something. Get further than other people, for example. Next, we have "get by". "Can you get by without your cell phone?" If you look at the context of this sentence, can you identify the meaning? Okay. It means "to survive". Okay. If I ask you, "Can you get by without your cell phone?", basically I am asking you if you can survive without your cell phone. If I ask you, "How do you get by without the Internet?" "How do you get by without your cell phone?" Or, "How do you get by without Facebook?" How do you survive without these things that are wonderful in the modern world? So how do you survive. Okay. I can also ask you, "Do you think you could get by with only $20 for one week?" If that's possible, right? Okay. Finally, we have a pretty simple one, I think. And that is "get together". When two people get together, it means that -- well, let's look at the sentence first. "We are getting together for coffee later". Get together. Okay. This means "we are meeting", "to meet". Okay. When you get together with your friends, you are meeting your friends in one location, in one place. "Get together" can also have another meaning when you are talking about two people who are dating; who are seeing each other. And that means the first time they met. For example, if I ask you, "When did you and your wife, or when did you and you husband, or when did you and your boyfriend or girlfriend get together?" This means, "When did you meet for the first time?" Okay. So it can also just mean "to meet". I can say, "Let's get together later". All right, guys. To review, we have "get up", which is to get up from your bed, to rise from a lying position or a sitting position. We have to "get along" with someone, which is to have a good relationship. To "get ahead": this means to succeed or to make progress in some aspect of your life. To "get by" is to survive, you know. If I ask you, again, "How are you doing?" "I am getting by." I am surviving. Not doing great, but I'm living. I'm surviving. And No. 5, "get together": to meet. All right, guys.
Brush up your 'English Verbs' - Learn forms of verbs quickly ( Basic English Grammar Lesson)
Brush up your 'English Verbs' - Learn forms of verbs quickly ( Basic English Grammar Lesson) http://www.learnex.in/what-are-verbs-forms-english-grammar-lesson In this English Grammar lesson you will learn what a verb is and also about various forms of verbs. Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Website : http://www.letstalkpodcast.com What is a verb? A verb is an action word. It indicates the action in the present, past and future tenses. When we use a verb, we have to say who or what is doing the action. This ‘who or what’ is the subject of the verb. With the subjects: I, you, we, they – do not add s, ies or es to the verb • I exercise daily. • We go to work in the morning. With the subjects: he, she, it or a name- add s, es or ies • He exercises daily. • She goes to work in the morning. A verb has three main or basic forms Present: This refers to something that is existing or happening now or happens routinely. • I work out daily. • She eats dinner at 10 pm. • I talk to Peter once in a while. Past: This form of a verb is used to indicate that something has already been completed. • She ate dinner at 10 pm. • I talked to Peter. Past participle: It is used with the helping verb such as has, have or had.  Have with I, you we and they (present)  Has with He, she, it or name (present) • She has read the book. • I have read the book.  Had with I, you, we, they, he, she, it or name (past) • They had read the book. Present Participle: This is formed by adding -ing to the end of present verbs. It is used with forms of the verb to be, such as am, is, are, was, or were. This expresses an on-going action • I am going to work right now.  Am, is and are with present  Was and were with the past Infinitive: This form consists of the word “to” followed by a verb  I need to see a doctor. (To see is an infinitive in the above sentence) So these are the various forms of the verb in English, go ahead and use them in your sentences and make your English perfect.
"DOWN" Phrasal Verbs in English: close down, bring down, break down...
You've never learned phrasal verbs like this before! In this video, you'll learn the ideas behind phrasal verbs with the word "down" in them. You'll learn "close down", "bring down", "shout down", and many more. Most importantly, I always want you to learn the hidden meanings of words so that you can understand them when you hear them out of context, in a way you haven't seen them before. I'll go over examples for how these phrasal verbs are used in conversation and we'll practice using them together on the whiteboard. Then test your understanding with the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/down-phrasal-verbs-in-english/
English Grammar Lesson  - Phrasal verbs with 'PUT' ( Learn English)
English Grammar Lesson - Phrasal verbs with 'PUT' ( Learn English) Blog : http://www.learnex.in Website : http://www.letstalkpodcast.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast youtube : http://www.youtube.com/learnexmumbai A Phrasal Verb consists of a verb and a preposition or adverb that changes the meaning. In this lesson let us learn the common phrasal verbs with put to use them in your daily conversation. Put off - Postpone / To delay Example - They put off the conference until next Friday. Put up with - To tolerate Example - I can't put up with him anymore,he's driving me crazy. Put through - To connect somebody on phone Example - Could you put me through to the supervisor please. It also means - To make someone experience something very unpleasant Example - He's put me through hell. Put across - To communicate something Example - I just want to put across my point to him. Put down - to insult/humiliate Example - My boss always puts me down in front of my co-workers. It also means - Painless killing of an animal Example - Our dog was suffering so we had to put her down. Put on - To become fat Example - He has put on a lot of weight. It also means - To wear something Example - Can I put on this dress for my birthday party?
Phrasal Verbs - Expressions with 'HANG'
In this lesson, we take a look at how to use the following phrasal verbs that start with 'hang': hang around/about, hang in, hang on, hang onto, hang back, hang out, hang up, and hang over. Visit www.mapleleafesl.com for more free English lessons, and be sure to go like the Maple Leaf ESL page on Facebook and check out the instagram account at www.instagram.com/mapleleafesl/.
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Phrasal Verbs - Expressions with 'STAND'
In this lesson, we look at the following phrasal verbs that use the word 'stand': stand by, stand down, stand for, stand out, stand over, stand up, stand up for, stand up to, and stand in. Visit www.mapleleafesl.com for more free English lessons, and be sure to go like the Maple Leaf ESL page on Facebook.
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IBPS PO RRB RBI | Phrasal Verbs | English Grammar | Online Coaching for SBI IBPS Bank PO
In this video, we shall discuss Phrasal Verbs In Englis Grammar. This session is very important for all government competitive exams like IBPSPO, SBI PO, RBI, BANK PO, SSC, CGL, SBI PO 2017, SBI PO VACANCY, CLERK, RAILWAYS, LIC, IBPS CLERK, RBI, RBI ASSISTANT, RBI EXECUTIVE etc PLAYLIST FOR BANK AND SSC EXAMS - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1L2JoMpcY6MRLhFd3gg5Xg/playlists Adda247 Youtube channel is India's most popular channel for Online Coaching for IBPS Bank PO Exams and Online Coaching for SSC CGL. 1.To buy Banking & SSC Video Courses of Adda247 - in SD Card or Tablet click here - http://bit.ly/ViDEOs 2. Download Adda247 App (India's No.1 App for Bank & SSC Exams) - http://bit.ly/adda247 3. To get all latest videos in your mailbox, subscribe to our youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/adda247live 4. Get all updates on facebook, like us our facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/adda247live 5. Join us at twitter - https://twitter.com/adda247live
LOOK UP - Phrasal Verb Meaning & Examples in English
The different meanings and uses of the English phrasal verb LOOK UP. Did you know that most phrasal verbs have more than one definition? We have included example sentences for each meaning of LOOK UP.
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6 Phrasal Verbs with HANG: hang on, hang up, hang out...
http://www.engvid.com/ In this useful vocabulary lesson, you'll learn six phrasal verbs which use the word "hang". These include "hang on", "hang up", "hang out", "hang around", "hang in", and "hang on someone's every word". These are common expressions used frequently by native English speakers. Watch this video now, and take a step towards more natural English. http://www.engvid.com/6-phrasal-verbs-hang/ TRANSCRIPT Hey, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on "Expressions with 'HANG'". Today, we will be looking at one, two, three, four, five, six different expressions that all use the word "hang" in some way. I hope some of them will be familiar, and some of them will be new to you guys. So, first up: "Hang on". The sentence says: "Could you hang on a minute?" When we see "a minute", "hang on", clearly, we see this means to wait. Okay? So, "to hang on" means to wait. Generally, we use "hang on" in the imperative form, which means we give a command. So, if you're listening to a person tell a story and you want to say: "Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hang on, hang on. Wait, wait, wait", also kind of like "stop" in this situation... And if your friends are running away, and you're like: "Whoa. Hang on, hang on a minute. Hang on a minute." Okay? So, this means wait. And usually it's given in a command form. Okay? Next up we have: "Hang up". So, the sentences here say: "Did you hang up the phone?", "He hung up on me." So, "to hang up" generally... All the time, actually, we use it to refer to ending a phone call and clicking the end button. Okay? So, "to hang up" is to end a phone call. And the important part here is to know you can use the preposition "on" if someone hangs up on you. So, if I say: "He hung up on me", that means he ended the phone call. Now, usually this is because the other person was angry or upset at you, so: "I can't believe he hung up on me.", "I can't believe she hung up on me." Okay? Next one is: "Hang out". So: "Do you want to hang out this weekend?" If you watch a lot of movies or if you listen to music, anything related to pop culture, you have probably heard this a lot, TV shows as well, and "to hang out" just means to spend time. Okay? So, you hang out with your friends on the weekends. And hanging out means not doing anything in particular, but just spending time with your friends. So, you can hang out at someone's house, you can hang out at a coffee shop. So, just hang out. Spend time together in a casual situation. Okay? The next one is: "To hang around". So: "We're hanging around the mall." So, you're talking on the phone, and your friend calls you and says: "Hey, where are you? We're looking for you." And you say: "Oh, we're just hanging around the mall." So, "hang around" you might think has a very similar meaning to "hang out" because you are spending time, but "hang around" means you're spending time usually in one specific area, and usually it's because you're wasting time and waiting for something else to happen. So, it does mean to spend time in an area. Now, again, as I mentioned, usually you're waiting for something else to happen when you're hanging around. So, you know, if you tell your friends: "Just hang around here for five minutes. Just spend some time, kill the time here. Okay? And I will be back. Just hang around this area." Next is: "To hang in". And this is one that we definitely most often use in a command form as well, imperative form. So: "Hang in (there) just a little longer." You'll notice I put the term... The word "there" in parenthesis, in brackets, and this is because we often use this with "hang in". So, if I say: "Hang in there", this means... Well, it means to don't give up, keep surviving, keep fighting. So, "to hang in" means to continue, or to survive, or to not give up. So, if you're watching a mixed martial arts fight, for example, and one of the fighters in the fight, you know, you don't expect him to win and you say: "Wow, it's round three. He has hung in for three rounds." So, he has hung in there for three rounds, this means that he has survived. He is still going, continuing for th-, th-, the third round. I'm sorry. My tongue is doing th-, th-, th-, things. And, finally, the expression "to hang on someone's every word". So, for example: "I hung on the professor's every word." This means you pay attention to, listen to, you're interested in the person's every word. So, basically, this means to be interested in everything or by everything a person has to say. Now, you can use this when you're listening to a lecture, you can use this if you're listening to a politician, you know, give a speech and you're just interested in everything a person has to say. Okay?
participles - present, past, perfect [GERMAN]
Partizipien gibt es in einigen Sprachen - nicht in allen, aber doch in vielen. Sie dienen dazu, Abwechslung in die Sprache zu bringen und ganze Sätze zu kürzen. So jedenfalls ist das im Englischen. Hier kommen sie nämlich relativ häufig vor. Aber nur in geschriebenen Texten. Beim Reden werden sie kaum verwendet. Sonderlich schwierig ist ihre Verwendung nicht, die Übersetzung ist aber oftmals schwer, da es im Deutschen keinen direkten Vergleich gibt. Wir müssen also häufig das Partizip umschreiben. Da participles aber nun doch wirklich praktisch sein können und vor allem in englischen Texten vorkommen, bietet es sich an, dass ihr wisst, wie sie funktionieren. In diesem Video erfahrt ihr genau das. Viel Spaß beim Lernen! *** Die gezeigte Präsentation könnt ihr euch hier noch mal in Ruhe anschauen: http://prezi.com/halw2s5c2ykt/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share *** Direkt zum Kanal: http://www.youtube.com/schoolseasy Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/schoolseasy Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/schoolseasy *** Weitere Videos zu Themen aus dem Englischunterricht findet ihr hier: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT9X9x5fyMJK-hjwaJz1evm08EJ8UQhYK
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This English lesson is, again, phrasal verb. Today, we're going to look at phrasal verbs using the verb "call". What is a phrasal verb? A phrasal verb is a verb and a preposition, when put together, giving different meanings. @ Copyright Reserved 1. No duplicacy or editing of the videos is allowed without the written permission of the publisher. 2. All the dispute are subject to Lucknow Jurisdiction only. YOU MAY ALSO WATCH THESE VIDEOS:: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiDKcjKocimAO1tVw1XIJ0Q/playlists https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPlACV9U2YPFo1UjvnFTFgkVG0Zw5QNCM IMPORTANT FOR BANK / SSC / RAILWAYS EXAM. JOIN US ON :- FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Emahendras/ TWITTER : https://twitter.com/Mahendras_mepl INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/mahendra.guru/ PINTEREST : https://in.pinterest.com/gurumahendra/ GOOGLE + : https://plus.google.com/+MahendraGuruvideos
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Transitive and intransitive verbs | English grammar rules
In this English lesson, you will learn the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs. I also explain: - the grammar rules for how to use them. ditransitive verbs and explain what a direct object and an indirect object is. There are lots of examples in the video. Private English lessons & speaking practice: http://goo.gl/Tz3b92 Here are some other related English lessons: Present perfect form: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLIJ9GfpuFc How to use the verb "get": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgTkunIpxHo All Grammar lessons: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6BDo90oiwpS4_AM1c0s0ozpROeE2A9ff Andrew, Crown Academy of English http://www.crownacademyenglish.com https://twitter.com/Crown_English http://www.youtube.com/user/CrownAcademyEnglish Photo credits: “Business Executive Pointing Away” Image courtesy of stockimages | FreeDigitalPhotos.net “Close View Of Sleeping Young Man” Image courtesy of imagerymajestic | FreeDigitalPhotos.net “Man Eating Sandwich” Image courtesy of Ambro | FreeDigitalPhotos.net “Girl Student Holding Books And Bag” Image courtesy of Ambro | FreeDigitalPhotos.net “White Door” Image courtesy of nattavut | FreeDigitalPhotos.net “Beautiful Woman Drinking Coffee In The Morning Near The Window” Image courtesy of nenetus | FreeDigitalPhotos.net “Female Giving Green Apple” Image courtesy of stockimages | FreeDigitalPhotos.net "Handsome Sitting Male With Books" Image courtesy of imagerymajestic | FreeDigitalPhotos.net "Teenage Girl Biting And Gesturing" Image courtesy of imagerymajestic | FreeDigitalPhotos.net "Charming Business Professional Pointing Away" Image courtesy of stockimages | FreeDigitalPhotos.net “Happy Business Woman Giving Thumbs Up” Image courtesy of stockimages | FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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English Phrasal Verbs: Put Off - Explanation and Examples
https://www.tofluency.com/tools ← Click here to learn about how you can reach a high level of English FAST. ------- TRANSCRIPT Hello, this is Jack from tofluency.com, and in this English lesson, we're going to talk about the phrasal verb put off; to put off doing something. And I used this phrase in one of my other videos, so let's have a look at how I used it.. Now I hear reasons why English learners want to put off starting this journey. So, in the video I said, "I hear reasons why English learners want to put off starting this journey." So, to put something off or to put off doing something means to postpone it; to do it at a later time. Let's have a look at some more examples of this phrasal verb: I keep putting off going to the dentist - so this means I continue to put off (going) it happens over and over again. My friend's boss has put off the meeting until tomorrow so my friends boss has postponed the meeting until tomorrow - and then talking about homework - I'm sure a lot of people will relate to this -I always put it off until the last minute; I always put it off until the last minute. So, my question for you in this video is this: What have you put off doing recently? What have you put off doing recently? Leave your answers below this video - thanks for watching and see you next time! ------- Please share this video if you found it useful. Thanks. Here is the article on this topic:https://www.tofluency.com/phrasal-verbs-put-off/ Photo credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/highwaysagency/5998133376/ See all my phrasal verb lessons here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZOJurmtexYoK0ag3zbT8YWKatK3C82Zw Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=tofluency Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tofluency Twitter: https://twitter.com/tofluency Google+: http://www.google.com/+Tofluencyenglish
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Start 2017 with the 30-day vocabulary challenge: learn 30 phrasal verbs in 30 days! Day 19: the phrasal verb WALK: walk off, walk away, walk in, walk into, walk over. Sign up for Rachel's FREE 10-day mini-course in Accent Reduction and mailing list: http://www.RachelsEnglish.com/newsletter Follow me on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RachelsEnglish.Pronunciation/ Join Rachel's online school: http://www.RachelsEnglishAcademy.com New to Rachel's English? Where to Start Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrqHrGoMJdTRwaQFCCDp4G88yX5D3gOdP Get Rachel's Book: http://RachelsEnglish.com/book SUBSCRIBE!: http://bit.ly/RE_sub, Fan! http://bit.ly/RE_FB Follow! http://www.twitter.com/Rachels_English Improve your American Accent / spoken English at Rachel's English with video-based lessons and exercises. Rachel uses real life English conversation as the basis for teaching how to speak English and how to sound American -- improve listening comprehension skills. Study English vocabulary and English phrases such as phrasal verbs, as well as common expressions in English. Learn American idioms and American slang. Cải thiện nói tiếng Anh Mỹ / 改善美式英語的發音 / 미국 영어 발음 향상 / アメリカ英語の話し言葉のアクセントを向上させる / Улучшение произношения американского английского языка / Meningkatkan berbicara bahasa Inggris Amerika / Melhore sua pronúncia do inglês americano / Mejora tu pronunciación en Inglés Americano / बात अमेरिकी अंग्रेजी में सुधार تحسين لهجتك الأمريكية الإنجليزية / שפר את המבטא האמריקאי שלך / Améliorez votre prononciation en anglais américain / Migliora la tua pronuncia in inglese americano ...with Rachel's English!
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Transitive and Intransitive verbs: All Verbs in English Grammar
Transitive and Intransitive verbs: All Verbs in English Grammar: English Speaking Course This lecture easily explain transitive and intransitive verbs and its usage through examples. Please watch all the videos in sequence from playlist 1 to 14: Playlist 1: "Introduction & Basics of English" Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox569k1T00UH7zdw0ZETatLz Playlist 2: Simple Sentences' Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox4xqm9T72J1D6I2IqLG4cJr Playlist 3: Tenses' Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox4evkxrt2AnfXpndrYtEo5Q Playlist 4: Modal Helping Verb Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox6FoHE30D7mAk5DylqVR81O Playlist 5: Prepositions' Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox5sd3o3RZE9HJcZ_crRvBYG Playlist 6: Conjunctions' Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox5cy2xkIQknyfyd9PSxR3JY Playlist 7: Vocabulary & Daily Sentences' Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox5WZDOosR7ihWooeFwnT8Hf Playlist 8: Pronunciation & Sound Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox4CdWX12bGL396YGeIEhqiS Playlist 9: "Do You Know Module" Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox5jCZrLMal3-d4Al5yHwYD7 Playlist 10: Active & Passive Voice Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox7M4w-k72XtRwP5OlZEXT_j Playlist 11: Question-Answer Test Video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox6AvA4NUZyNCpfMXIXwDSNq Playlist 12: Advance English Topics' video Lectures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox53AvjielYUoRlaO_cuBDQb Playlist 13: Be Being Been - Concept, Practice, Test https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox5o2yrhbITHJ1T2RbuImFDn Playlist 14: English Conversations (अंग्रेजी में वार्तालाप) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsXdBvuJ5ox5BU_Hkqwp7v7UdW9X5_-rh
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IBPS PO PRE/MAINS | Phrasal Verbs | English (L-6) |  Online Coaching for SBI IBPS Bank PO
In this video we shall discuss Phrasal Verbs For IBPS PO PRE/MAINS. This session is very important for all aspirants PLAYLIST FOR BANK AND SSC EXAMS - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1L2JoMpcY6MRLhFd3gg5Xg/playlists Adda247 Youtube channel is India's most popular channel for Online Coaching for IBPS Bank PO Exams and Online Coaching for SSC CGL. 1.To buy Banking & SSC Video Courses of Adda247 - in SD Card or Tablet click here - http://bit.ly/ViDEOs 2. Download Adda247 App (India's No.1 App for Bank & SSC Exams) - http://bit.ly/adda247 3. To get all latest videos in your mailbox, subscribe to our youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/adda247live 4. Get all updates on facebook, like us our facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/adda247live 5. Join us at twitter - https://twitter.com/adda247live
250 PHRASAL VERBS IN ENGLISH with examples - most common English phrasal verbs. English course
For more practice, you can also subscribe to our second channel - English with Alexander https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtKOdghCtFj47kMlaegeSkw **************************************** This video is about phrasal verbs. Watch all the playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBAH_GfJiuYzQJNmSs1LFY_LEalG6uxhg We are learning English - most common phrasal verbs in English. The author created a list of most common phrasal verbs - just text (without pictures) so it can be very good for listening. Explanations are given in English. Examples are provided as learning English with examples is much more effective. You can see the main meaning of phrasal verbs - some kind of definition provided by the author. Different prepositions are mentioned in the video - most common ones (get, take, go, come, look, run, bring, break , blow, come, go, put and others) and and less commonly used too but also very popular. Some English grammar aspects are also mentioned. Phrasla verbs with different prepositions are given (in, on, up, off, out and others). This video can also help improve spoken English as phrsal verbs are often used in speaking (different examples are provided in this English lesson). All these English verbs were chosen by the author to make his own list of most common phrasal verbs in English (according to his exeprience). We learn popular phrasal verbs. We learn verbs in English. For exercises on phrasal vetrbs in English you can make up your own sentences with them. This English lesson is a mixture of British and American English. It's suitable for different levels. The frist part is fo beginners, elementary and pre-intermediate while the secons part is for intermediate and upper-indermediate. Some points for advanced students are also included. We learn all phrasal verbs in English you need
Phrasal Verbs (Structure) - Lesson 18 - English Grammar
Topic: The structure of phrasal verbs. This is the second of a series of lessons on phrasal verbs (also called two-part verbs, particle verbs, and a number of other names). I explain how phrasal verbs can be transitive or intransitive as well as separable or inseparable. NOTE: I'm very sorry to announce as of January 2012 links to EnglishCafe will no longer be active due to the site closing. I was very lucky to be a part of that online community while it lasted. I'm also sorry for the loss of additional materials for learners. For teachers, I offer classroom ideas: http://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/putting-together-a-narrative-an-activity-for-phrasal-verbs/ http://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/turning-informal-into-formal-a-writing-activity-for-phrasal-verbs/ Music acknowledgment: "Kengo" by Messuka retrieved from http://www.flashkit.com/loops/Easy_Listening/Jazz/Kengo-Messuka-2676/
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A to Z "300" Phrasal Verbs with Hindi and English Meaning | SSC CGL | | Bank | |CDS | |NDA|
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Best Phrasal Verbs for SSC CGL (हिंदी में)
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Phrasal Verbs English Vocabulary  for Bank po and SSC CGL  [In Hindi] Part 11
English Vocabulary is most important to crack english section of every exam . In this video i am explaining the most important high frequency phrasal words that are asked numerous time in various exams. Like Our Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/s4l4ZO Follow us on Twitter: https://goo.gl/rvVpDL Join Our Facebook Group : https://goo.gl/fGDu1d ********************************************* Current Affairs : https://goo.gl/bRTTRX Time Speed and Distance : https://goo.gl/unELgn Probability : https://goo.gl/FswNBm Mixture and Alligation Tricks : https://goo.gl/TBqbEN Blood Relation Tricks : https://goo.gl/yAOE2C Permutations and Combinations Tricks : https://goo.gl/gSALX0 Quadratic Equations Tricks : https://goo.gl/ZDyDkW Profit and Loss Tricks: https://goo.gl/NOO6p6 Number Series Tricks: https://goo.gl/qcvqej Banking Awareness (Static) : https://goo.gl/JelscL Inequalities Short tricks: https://goo.gl/qQo2kc Speed Maths video : https://goo.gl/7er1OQ Simple & Compound Interest tricks : https://goo.gl/EpK2vf Data Interpretation All Parts : https://goo.gl/x6Xxeo Syllogism All Parts : https://goo.gl/ZwF9LF Complex Circular Arrangement: https://goo.gl/1hPLnN English Important Videos : https://goo.gl/tz0aQs English Vocabulary : https://goo.gl/mzZwRA Reasoning Puzzles : https://goo.gl/xPaatc Machine Input Output Reasoning Tricks :https://goo.gl/1G35uB View All Videos Chapterwise: https://goo.gl/UDGKv0 Contact : [email protected] Subscribe : https://goo.gl/xvXjUV Follow us on Twitter: https://goo.gl/rvVpDL Follow me on Facebook: https://goo.gl/f64AYb Follow me on Google+ : https://goo.gl/FoIvEh Thank You Chandrahas Tripathi
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TTEG0071 - Usage of “I'm thinking of + verb - Learn English through Telugu - Telugu to English - IV
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Etiquette Meaning
Video shows what etiquette means. The forms required by good breeding, or prescribed by authority, to be observed in social or official life; observance of the proprieties of rank and occasion; conventional decorum; ceremonial code of polite society.. The customary behavior of members of a profession, business, law, or sports team towards each other.. A label used to indicate that a letter is to be sent by airmail.. etiquette pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary. etiquette meaning. Powered by MaryTTS
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Saliva Meaning
Video shows what saliva means. A clear, slightly alkaline liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands, consisting of water, mucin, protein, and enzymes. It moistens the mouth, lubricates ingested food, and begins the breakdown of starches.. saliva synonyms: spit, spittle. saliva pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary. saliva meaning. Powered by MaryTTS
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Provoke Meaning
Video shows what provoke means. to cause someone to become annoyed or angry.. to bring about a reaction.. To appeal.. provoke pronunciation. How to pronounce, definition by Wiktionary dictionary. provoke meaning. Powered by MaryTTS
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TTE0005 - Telugu Meanings of Sentences Using Phrasal Verbs - Appeal to, Apply for & Ask around
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