get in, get up, heat up, warm up, work out, and tidy up. These phrasal verbs are often used in English conversation because we use them to talk about what we do every day. Take the quiz after watching to practice your new vocabulary.
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very good Emma! You make learning fun!
I totally agree with Janyl and so the lesson is both interesting and charming.
Thank you Emma.
10/10 Thanks, Emma!
Thank u for the interesting not complicated lessons.
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it’s fantastic, i passed the quiz with 100 correct outt of 10! your explanations and examples are very simple and easy to remember!
Thanks Emma. I got 10 correct out of 10.
interesting class. Thank you very much!
It’s very nice to know about these phrasal verbs. I hope to use more :) Thank you, Emma!
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Thank you Emma,but what’s the difference between head out and go out?
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Thanks Emma. I got 10/10
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Hi, hala.saad74. Can you see any other YouTube videos?
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Hello Emma, I’d like to compliment that you have great teaching skills. I got 10 on 10 at first go!
Thank you Emma. I got 9\10
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Thank you teacher ! I enjoyed hightly your lesson.
Thank you teacher ! I enjoyed your lesson. I must practice phrasal verbs as much as possible in my routine.
Hi Emma, Thank you for all explanation. For me this topic was excellent for my improvment english :)
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10/10 thank you
MRS Emma, Thank you for all explanation
I loved it, I have learned a lot today! ty
I scored 10 out of 10.Thanks a lot for your lessons
I’m Luciano and I’m new here in this website.
I would like to know if there is differnce between head out and go out.
I like this leaning and thanks madam
Hi Emma. Thank you for your lesson. It was helpful and I could learn more phrasal verbs which will help me to improve my English in daily routine.
thank you, very well
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thank you Emma so much.
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