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Dat worm though. Wicked!
The lesson is great, but I wish you had given definitions to the phrasal
verbs used in your story just the way you did before telling the story.
Anyway, it’s great, thanks!
+EnglishAnyone this may be off topic but what does the idiom “for all
intents and purposes” mean? I’ve been looking into (see what i did there?)
this word so long yet still unable to pick up (last one) on the meaning of
best video! funny and interesting)) carry on!))
How can someone dislike this??
By far the greatest phrasal verb explanation I have ever come across
online. keep it up.
I wanna ask u as a native speaker . Do u use all these phrasal verbs always
? What if we use the sentence with out phrasal verbs like the second
sentence ? Does it seem strange to the native speakers ? I hope u
understand me .. Thank u :)
Not easy to remember!
thank you very much for this helpful lesson.
excuse me ,Teacher, I have one question . How many phrasal verb should i
know to understand an american movie .
There are many phrasal verbs i guess more than 2000 :c
Great video, thanks!
48 common phrasal verbs in context
i like this ..
I liked your demonstration as you were pretending thank you for this
Hello Drew! I thank you so much for the lessons and all your help, which
has been very valuable in order to make our ability to speak more natural.
And I want to tell you something: your voice is incredibly enjoyable to
listen to. Thanks for everything. Keep it up!!! ;-)
Oh one more thing, you should really consider making a video regarding the
use of – in English, I can’t recall what it’s called but you get the
picture… E. G : this is not your run-of-the-mill car, these trend-defying
such a great video..
i truly appreciate the effort put forth in making the video..
Great job. Keep up the good work..
Very good ! Thanks
As a beginner learner I’ve found your lesson very effective but when you
talk through phrasal verbs with multiple meanings(e.g. make out) you should
put in more sentences. Thanks and keep up your good work.
great as always… thanks a lot !
i bet "Kevin" wasnt found anywhere near the beach when Irene passed, lol, i
rofl i was surfing during this storm i herd about this on the news
man.dat was totally wild!!!! merciless wind!!
@hayashiburger Why would you say something like that? This guy could have
@jbarrick54 shut up little boy
three mistakes in a row: 1. kitesurfing in a storm 2. not letting the bar
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