The Meaning of “Pick Out” – English Phrasal Verbs

What does “pick out” mean? Are you using it correctly?

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about the phrasal verb “pick out.”

For example, to pick something out is to select something, to select an item to purchase. (more…)

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Meaning of “Shake off” – English Phrasal Verbs

What does “Shake off” mean? Learn more about this phrasal verb here and hear example sentences.

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And in today’s lesson we’re going to talk about the phrasal verb “shake off.”

The phrasal verb “shake off” can be used in two different ways. So let’s get started. (more…)

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Meaning of “Care for” – Phrasal Verbs

What does “care for” mean? Learn how to use this phrasal verb correctly.

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In today’s lesson, we’re going to talk about the phrasal verb “care for.”

This phrasal verb generally means when somebody is taking care of someone,

providing assistance to them.

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Phrasal Verb – “Mess Up”

What does “mess up” mean? Learn how to use this phrasal verb and what it really means.

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Meaning of “Narrow Down”

What does “narrow down” mean? Learn how to use this phrasal verb and what it really means.

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‘Pass Out’ VS ‘Pass Away’

What’s the difference between ‘pass out’ and ‘pass away’?

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I’m going to show you the difference between “pass out” and “pass away.”
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