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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
When we were kids, my brother was a bully. He always pushed me _______________.

There were a lot of objections, but the company still pushed _______________ with the project.

The presentation won't be ready in time. We need to push _______________ the date.

I didn't want to end the relationship, but she kept pushing me _______________.

When we negotiate with management, we need to push _______________ more money!

If he wants to win the race, he'll have to push _______________ 5 people.

She didn't have a chance. She was pushed _______________ of the group.

Don't give up. No matter what happens, you need to keep pushing _______________.

If they push me, I'll push _______________.

Don't let people push you _______________. Stand up for yourself and what you believe in.


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101 Comments on “Learn 8 Phrasal Verbs with “PUSH””


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All roads lead 2 Rome but one road leads 2 the truth

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    Our sister Eichi from Pakistan her mom is too ill[ Cancer ]
    we oughtta help her and pray for her mother
    and stand with her in her[ Tribulation and distress ]
    I ask Allah the supplication 4 ur mother o’Eichi

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

    you’re engvid’s watchman :D

    Sunday, March 12th 2017

      Thx O’zahra
      بدرود

      Sunday, March 12th 2017

Vnl ty Mr/Alex

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    You are pushing ahead beside all odds! My congratulations for being the first for … time. I’ve already lost in scoring… Could you remind me? To push on the game!

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

      our pleasure
      Ty kindly
      best wishes

      Saturday, March 11th 2017

Great teacher Alex thank you for this really dynamic lesson

Saturday, March 11th 2017

Good going kotoz!
Most of the first

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    Ty kindly o’Sayeed

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

Teacher Alex i’ve answered wrong the question Number 7 but there wasn’t the phrasal “push out” in the explanation of your lesson…….What’s the catch?? :-)

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    Me neither…. 9/10:(

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

      Nataanna have you stumbled upon the same question as well ??……the Number 7 i mean

      Saturday, March 11th 2017

        Yes, I did the same mistake as you.

        Saturday, March 11th 2017

          Which means we just have to wait that teacher Alex let us know why so many students failed to answer question 7 correctly……

          Saturday, March 11th 2017

          After KOTOZ explanation, it’s clear it was a trick, and we were trapped. Thank you Alex, Kotoz for making us think.

          Sunday, March 12th 2017

          Yes i think so too…..I also think that it’s impossible to get a 10 out of 10 with an teacher Alex’s quiz because of his hidden booby traps :-)
          Kotoz has been very insightful…Thanks to everyone

          Sunday, March 12th 2017

          Ty pretty much 4 ur kind words,,,,

          Sunday, March 12th 2017

        you push someone out the door, someone you don’t like you push away
        that is figuratively.
        out of [—–]

        Saturday, March 11th 2017

          Yes it’s True..It must be so.
          I didn’t think about It before….Thank you kotoz

          Saturday, March 11th 2017

          Thank you again

          Saturday, March 11th 2017

          U r always wlc

          Sunday, March 12th 2017

    It’s so clear

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

Alex!
I have not understand. Why wrong in answering away in place of out.
“She didn’t have a chance. She was pushed away/out of the group”.

Will you explain it?

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    I’ve also got that wrong kkk what if this it was a mistake in that question?

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

    you push someone out the door, someone you don’t like you push away
    that is figuratively.
    out of [—–]

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

Thank you, Alex! Push ahead with such useful lessons!

Saturday, March 11th 2017

please Translate TO Persian :
tulips have grown in my bathtub.
Do you know, where the water stops.
Where the tulips grown?

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    chi neveshti?
    :)))

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

      hala omadi be man gir bedi ! age baladi tarjomeh kon .in yek shere.

      Sunday, March 12th 2017

        shaeresh kiye?
        :D

        Sunday, March 12th 2017

          sareh sokoot ke alan Washington dare zandegi mikone

          Monday, March 13th 2017

          then translate it for me please .

          Monday, March 13th 2017

Thank u Alex. Why is it ronge to choose push a way in question number 7?

Thanks again

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    you push someone out the door, someone you don’t like you push away
    that is figuratively.
    out of [—–]

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

Come on… you did not teach in this lesson about “push out”… I failed question 7🤐

Saturday, March 11th 2017

push back Appeared twice in the lesson but push out none

Saturday, March 11th 2017

100 % ! You are a great teacher !

Saturday, March 11th 2017

Thank you Alex.
PERFECT.

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    Hello Zahra; I just want to remind you that we are here to improve our english, by writing and speaking English, NOT PERSIAN. So please write ENGLISH. Thank you.

    Monday, March 13th 2017

      AND And if I’m not wrong, you’re an english teacher. So it’s easier for you to use english language. So let us learn from you dear teacher!!

      Monday, March 13th 2017

        Salaam!
        Asab nadariha! Ye fekri behalesh bokon…
        1.negaran nabash ba comente farsi engelisit zaeef nemishe!
        2.man alaki doost dashtam ye khorshidi, setareyee, chizi kenare profilam bashe, to chera bavar kardi moalemam!
        3.inaro farsi neveshtam chon hamvatani nakhastam digaran motavajeh beshan chi migim!
        4.amoo joon farad nari biroon taraghe bazi, kheili khatarnake! Ye moghe mibini daneshmande mamlekat ke shoma bashi khodaee nakarde balaee saresh miad!
        5.lotfan javab nadeh chon kheili comment hast ta in paeen bekham biam bayaad azhans begiram. Vaghtesham nadaram albate
        6.az barani ke mibarad lezat bebarid! Ya hagh

        Monday, March 13th 2017

          Hi there! We appreciate everyone who signs up and comments. However, this is an opportunity to practice your English. Non-English comments will be deleted.

          Monday, March 13th 2017

          Zahra….I am another people ….I am knowing you …but I have to hide your secret …. you are teacher or you are a English lover ….I just wanna to be active here..thank a lot …God bless you

          Tuesday, March 14th 2017

        Hi nkh! Where are 4 5 3? Did someone eat them as in Alex`s lesson about 789 (7 ate 9). Watch the video to get the gist: https://www.engvid.com/learn-english-with-5-jokes/
        I`m here to send you some information about Russia …. at least.
        I`m confused. Such a huge country, but not too many historical places performed. And there are a lot of sites in Russian, but not not in English. Now I realise why we have so poor tourism industry! We can`t advertise properly.
        Firstly, come visit this link: https://www.flickr.com/groups/russia/pool/
        It mostly about our nature, but it`s one of the main attractions.
        We don`t have many ancient monuments, unfortunately. The Russians used to build in woods. So, they are ruined due to time, weather conditions and wars. You can observe one of them on this link: http://review-planet.ru/2014/07/kizhi-foto/
        As for me I like our cultural capital – St. Petersburg. It was our real capital until 1918. There are numerous magnificent palaces, parks, statues. But what I like the most – people! They are not as in Moscow (hasty, buzy, unfriendly) – they are generous, easy-tempered, smart, intelligent, educated, composed but amicable and loving their city.
        Here are some links. The first one is russian version, but with great photos (to feel the atmosphere), and the second – the official touristic guidance. Informative, but overwelmed on my opinion.
        http://www.hellopiter.ru/photo_gallery1.html
        http://www.saint-petersburg.com/photo/
        See you.

        Wednesday, March 15th 2017

Thanks Teacher! But what’s the difference between “push ahead” and “push on” ?

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    push on like encourage or progress
    To continue

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

hi everybody,i would say i don’t push myself out of this forum but many circumstances was pushing me arround and prevent me pushing ahead with watching engVid and i am pushing back against these troubles and will push past them because i don’t want to push anyone away in this sites so i am pushing for more videos with excellent lessons and i hope they won’t be pushed back to post so i promise to push on watching engVid. thanks Alex.

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    OMG! It has been donkey’s ears since your last comment! I’m glad to see you again! So impressive return! I have nothing to add! Anyone could push past your bright words.

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

      hi nataanna , thank you for your concern but i have to ask you about the meaning of ‘ donkey ears’ even i think it’s an idiom and i know that you like them a lot .

      Saturday, March 11th 2017

        It means for a long time, as long as donkey’s ears. I don’t like idioms, I try to study them…
        Have a nice evening

        Saturday, March 11th 2017

          thank you for your infortion but i would say even you tell me you don’t like idioms, i’ve remarked that you use them a lot and you know a lot of them and i admire that because i like them and i want to learn more and more of them.

          Saturday, March 11th 2017

          Thanks, both of you, SKIKDA and NATAANNA.
          I really admire your messages where I got more,
          talking a formal way.

          Monday, March 13th 2017

          i appreciate that Abdushkur Abdi.

          Monday, March 13th 2017

9/10. Slipped on the number 7 like the others :)

Saturday, March 11th 2017

Hi Alex. I got 9 out of 10 on the quiz. I’m glad because I made only one mistake. See you next time! PUSH ON!

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    Boa Noite

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

Thanks Alex, Very interesting !

Oi…Tiago tudo bom ?!
I think that the diference… when you push ahead is against something or some others. Insted… push on is no against anyone !!
It could be ?

Saturday, March 11th 2017

    thanks! yes it makes sense! push ahead when there are people against… when there are contrary circunstances… while push on it simply means keep going no matter the problems

    Saturday, March 11th 2017

Thanks Alex, useful lesson I didn´t know the usage of push with p.v I am new in this web page, my Enlish level is not as good as I want, I don´t know if you give personal classes beside these videos and stuff if so please let me know, I am interested on a good teacher, actually I am taking English classes here in Mexico but my teachers are not good, some of them have the same level as I do… Please let me know if you can teach me :D

Saturday, March 11th 2017

Thanks Alex. Your explanation is very clear.
Best teacher:)

Sunday, March 12th 2017

Always the same question, when you study a topic then you may have other possibilities to figure out your duties with the new topic, it’s the case of the question 7, who would tell me that there is a small difference between “away” and “out”, I didn’t think about other phrasal verbs, only in these ones we have seen in this lesson, but it doesn’t matter, we should learn from our mistakes. Thanks a lot, teacher Alex, as always a very interesting lesson.

Sunday, March 12th 2017

Thank you,Alex. So interesting lesson!

Sunday, March 12th 2017

nice lesson

Monday, March 13th 2017

Hi Alex

I don’t get the number 7 in the quiz. It shoulda
said ?:She was pushed away. Why pushed out? Thanks for your comment.

Monday, March 13th 2017

Great!
I didn’t know most of these phrasal verbs, some of them weren’t so easily understandable.
Thanks Alex!

Monday, March 13th 2017

    easily understandable?

    Monday, March 13th 2017

The expressiong I learnd with this chapter is really nice. Thanks Alex!

Monday, March 13th 2017

Thanks, Alex
I got 90% in a quiz, and pushed ahead watching engvid lessons as well

Monday, March 13th 2017

Great!!! I have found this helpful website that provides me with interesting knowledge in English. Thank you very much.

Monday, March 13th 2017

Thank you so much

Monday, March 13th 2017

Thanks sir this really was helpful.

Monday, March 13th 2017

Teacher,thanks for your effective presentation.I scored 10 out of 10.Be blessed.

Monday, March 13th 2017

almost confused with PUSH someone/something BACK, and PUSH BACK someone/something. Really interesting but what strategies, apart from use them while talking, do you recommend to learn phrasal verbs.

Monday, March 13th 2017

I do the quiz two-time and in both, I got 90%. I know the phrase is not correct but I try to push on and do much better than now I know I have to push myself ahead and keep going to be good

Monday, March 13th 2017

Appreciated the way of presentation and guidance.

Tuesday, March 14th 2017

It is helping me lot

Thank you

Tuesday, March 14th 2017

You explain each item clearly, for that I prefer your explanation than other teacher. I don’t push on, I need pushing ahead. Congrats

Wednesday, March 15th 2017

Phrasal verbs are really important to learn, thanks Alex for posting this video. I hope you do more videos like this one.

Thursday, March 16th 2017

As always, brilliant.
Also, I want to ask all of the people out there who want to chat with me through skype plz let me know. My account is Trollergamer exactly. Love

Thursday, March 16th 2017

funny, thank you :)

Friday, March 17th 2017

I got 08 .☺ Your way of teaching is cool alex . Keep it going and thanks!

Friday, March 17th 2017

Hi Alex! You’re wearing a nice t shirt! Final Fantasy 7! Learning with you is so fun that I’ll push on learning English on this site!

Sunday, March 19th 2017

It was a very good class!! I loved it. Thank you very much

Monday, March 20th 2017

Alex, thank you very much You has a different English class . I didn’t realice the English speakers use the word Push in different occasion, for Spanish people in not very polite.

Tuesday, March 21st 2017

Thankyou..it was perfect

Tuesday, March 21st 2017

This lesson is great, thank you, Sir. Although the question no 7 is a little bit tricky though haha

Wednesday, March 22nd 2017

I think if you want to use the the word “away” in number 7 question you should change the statement to “away from the group” I dont know the rule. Just sharing. :)

Wednesday, March 22nd 2017

Good lesson as usual. Merci Alex. Je continue à aller de l’avant (….push on, ….push ahead).

Sunday, March 26th 2017

Great! There’s a lot of information, I need to push on studying phrasal verbs.

You got 9 correct out of 10.
:)

Thursday, April 6th 2017

This is really useful lesson,also helpful to understand while speaking.I appreciate you Mr.Alex , Push on :)

Thursday, April 6th 2017

Hi Alex. I want your answer for this question
The tea is too hot to drink, ………?
is or isn’t it ?

Saturday, April 8th 2017

9/10 i think it`s normal, thanks for the lesson

Wednesday, April 12th 2017

thanks

Wednesday, April 12th 2017

Hello teacher! I didn’t understand the question number 7. The answer is it correct?

Saturday, April 15th 2017

great teacher

Friday, April 21st 2017

He is great teacher. His accent is very clear.Thank you Alex

Saturday, April 29th 2017

Thanks for this wonderful lesson! It’s really helpful.

Sunday, April 30th 2017

Thanks you have a great body language

Tuesday, May 23rd 2017

8/10 …. I don’t quit, I need to push on !!;-)

Wednesday, May 24th 2017
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