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I am really lackadaisical

Bettylou

your logic is egregious.

Bettylou

I’ve got 10/10 Thanks Benjamin!

RogBatp

Isn’t it “swollen” for the past participle?

Marussia

Phrasal verbs! What an interesting subject. I try to
learn one per day At least one.
I got 10/10. Thank you very much, Benjamin.Great
lesson.

zigmund

It was very nice. I have got 10/10

LEANDRO071091

Thank you Benjamin. Be careful when you go to India, it’s not one of the most hygienic country…

beernaard

thank for your lesson

kathyn

hmm I wasn’t careful, or my computer sucks because my answer jumped off on a different letter which is not right.
But so far its good. Thanks Benjamin!

sanmagg18

Thank you Benjamin. More phrasal verbs to my vocabulary

blascaldero

thank you Benjamin nice lesson

Roberto

Thanks Benjamin!!!Nice lesson!

knopfler86

Thanks Benjamin. If turn off subtitle, i can’t understand any words.’feel ashamed’

LeNhan

wow, a lot confused for me, lol I need to practice more

Bergvolk

09/10 . Thanks Benjamin.

Annie

thanks for lesson.

flaviocianci

Thank you sir

Suman1986

Nice questions, I’ve got 7/10. Help me distinguish several phrases.

Kgp2018

Thank you Benjamin

Tyrion

Yours all lessons are perfect. Thank you Benjamin!

dr.cnbrk

It was a good less. I got it. Thank you for teaching.

Luiz Willian

Hi, very good way to learn phrasal verbs, thank a lot.

christianraza

Excellent lesson. I am so glad to learn new expressions clearly explained and described by this teacher. Now I must memorize and use it to remember this new vocabulary. Thanks a lot.

Dingotte34

Good lesson, but I unable get you in all.

Ramesh muthusamy

Thank you teacher.

Mubo farah

Hello Benjamin,

Even though I looked ” break out into” up in many different dictionaries, I couldn’t find any obvious explanation.

It is written as ” break out in(to) tears or break out in a rash/sweat etc.

To be honest I didn’t understand it.

Could you cite a source about this phrase please?

Thank you in advance!

Hansola

thanks.
You good explained this lesson
9/10

Serik

Break on through to the other sides, said Jim.

Patrice De France

thank you Benjamin

Vida

Thanks for the effort Benjamin.

sadijaan
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