Phrasal Verbs are a challenge to learners of English. They are difficult to master, but learning them is definitely worth the effort. In this episode, which is the first one in the series about Phrasal Verbs, I recommend looking at them not as a random combinations of verbs and particles, but trying to discover what lies behind such combinations. To illustrate this, we will discover and practise how UP is used in Phrasal Verbs to stress the idea of completing or finishing something.
Sentences used as examples:
What time does your train come in?
Short skirts are coming in.
It took me a long time to come round.
Meanings of come round:
1. to come to a place, especially somebody's home, to visit for a short time
2. to change your opinion
3. to become conscious again
Phrasal Verbs with UP:
Other words and expressions in this episode:
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