• Hold On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Hold On Infinitive form: Hold On Present Tense: Hold On/ Holds On ing form: Holding On Past tense: Held On Participle: Held On   Hold On is an inseparable English phrasal verb. The opposite of hang on is Let Go. It can be used in three different ways: […]

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  • Pay Back – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Pay Back Infinitive form: Pay Back Present Tense: Pay Back/ Pays Back ing form: Paying Back Past tense: Paid Back Past Participle: Paid Back   Pay Back is an inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used in two different ways:   When you give back the money […]

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  • Take Up On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Take Up On Infinitive form: Take Up On Present Tense: Take Up On/ Takes Up On ing form: Taking Up On Past tense: Took Up On Past Participle: Taken Up On   Take Up On is a separable English phrasal verb. Its context is based in an invitation […]

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  • Run Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Run Out Infinitive form: Run Out Present Tense: Run Out/ Runs Out ing form: Running Out Past tense: Ran Out Participle: Run Out   Run Out is an inseparable English phrasal verb.  It can be used in three different ways:   When people exit a place very quickly. […]

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  • Put Back – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Put Back Infinitive form: Put Back Present Tense: Put Back/ Puts Back ing form: Putting Back Past tense: Put Back Past Participle: Put Back   Put Back is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in the following ways:   When you place an object back […]

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  • Throw Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Throw Out Infinitive form: Throw Out Present Tense: Throw Out/ Throws Out ing form: Throwing Out Past tense: Threw Out Past Participle: Thrown Out   Throw Out is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in two different ways:   When you get rid of something […]

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  • Get To (with Right, Back Combinations) – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Get To (with combinations on Right, Back,  & To) Infinitive form: Get To Present Tense: Get To/ Gets To ing form: Getting To Past tense: Got To Participle: Got To   The phrasal verb Get To, when joined with Right, Back, &  To, will create another meaning based […]

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  • Close Down – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Close Down Infinitive form: Close Down Present Tense: Close Down/ Closes Down ing form: Closing Down Past tense: Closed Down Participle: Closed Down   Close Down is a separable English phrasal verb which is mainly used around the context of business and sports. It can be used in […]

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  • Turn Around – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Turn Around Infinitive form: Turn Around Present Tense: Turn Around/ Turns Around ing form: Turning Around Past tense: Turned Around Past Participle: Turned Around   Turn Around is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in two different ways:   When you move your body or […]

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  • Wear Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Wear Out Infinitive form: Wear Out Present Tense: Wear Out/ Wears Out ing form: Wearing Out Past tense: Wore Out Past Participle: Worn Out   Wear Out is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in two different ways:   When something is damaged or weaken […]

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  • Get On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Get On Infinitive form: Get On Present Tense: Get On/ Gets On ing form: Getting On Past tense: Got On Past Participle: Got On/ Gotten On   Get On is an English phrasal verb which can either be separable and inseparable depending on the context. It can be […]

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  • Switch Off – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Switch Off Infinitive form: Switch Off Present Tense: Switch Off/ Switches Off ing form: Switching Off Past tense: Switched Off Past Participle: Switched Off   Switch Off is a separable English phrasal verb. It is used in the context written below:   When you change the controls of […]

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  • Knock Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    EDIT  1 BY PAUL Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Knock Out Infinitive form: Knock Out Present Tense: Knock Out/ Knocks Out ing form: Knocking Out Past tense: Knocked Out Participle: Knocked Out   Knock Out is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in five different ways:   When you hit […]

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  • Put In – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Learn how to use the English phrasal verb Put In, with an explanation, helpful video and exercises.

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  • Ask Out – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Ask Out Infinitive form: Ask Out Present Tense: Ask Out/ Asks Out ing form: Asking Out Past tense: Asked Out Past Participle: Asked Out   Ask Out is a separable English phrasal verb. It can be used in the following way:   When you ask someone to go […]

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  • Start Off – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Start Off Infinitive form: Start Off Present Tense: Start Off/ Starts Off ing form: Starting Off Past tense: Started Off Past Participle: Started Off   Start Off can be a separable or inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used in four different ways:   When an event […]

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  • Throw Away – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Start Off Infinitive form: Start Off Present Tense: Start Off/ Starts Off ing form: Starting Off Past tense: Started Off Past Participle: Started Off   Start Off can be a separable or inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used in four different ways:   When an event […]

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  • Get Ahead – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Get Ahead Infinitive form: Get Ahead Present Tense: Get Ahead/ Gets Ahead ing form: Getting Ahead Past tense: Got Ahead Past Participle: Gotten Ahead/ Got Ahead   Get Ahead is an inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used in the following way:   When you become successful […]

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  • Get To – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Get To Infinitive form: Get To Present Tense: Get To ing form: Getting To Past tense: Got To Past Participle: Got To/ Gotten To   Get To is an in inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used in five following ways:   When you arrive to a […]

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  • Get Back To – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Get Back To Infinitive form: Get Back To Present Tense: Get Back To/ Gets Back To ing form: Getting Back To Past tense: Got Back To Past Participle: Got Back To/ Gotten Back To   Get Back To is an inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used […]

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  • Hang On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Hang On Infinitive form: Hang On Present Tense: Hang On/ Hangs On ing form: Hanging On Past tense: Hung On Past Participle: Hung On   Hang On is an inseparable English phrasal verb. It can be used in formally and informally:   When you hold something so tightly […]

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  • Come Down To – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Come Down To Infinitive form: Come Down To Present Tense: Come Down To/ Comes Down To ing form: Coming Down To Past tense: Came Down To Past Participle: Came Down To   Come Down To is an inseparable English phrasal verb. The term “Boils Down to” is synonymous […]

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  • Look Down On – Phrasal Verb of the Day

    EDIT 1 BY PAUL Today’s phrasal verb of the day is: Look Down On Infinitive form: Look Down On Present Tense: Look Down On/ Looks Down On ing form: Looking Down On Past tense: Looked Down On Participle: Looked Down On   Look Down On is an inseparable English phrasal verb. It is also a three […]

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  • What is it Like to Go Blind? – English Listening Exercise

    This is a beautiful video that uses the audio diary of theologian John Hull, who describes his experience of going blind. It was touching and interesting and his voice is memorizing. I wanted to share it with our students. Our classes are not just about speaking English and learning a new language, but also about […]

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