365 Days of Daily Phrasal Verbs in Context
Phrasal verbs are an integral part of the English language. A phrasal verb is a verb that is made up of a main verb together with a preposition, or an adverb, or both. Typically, their meaning is not obvious from the meanings of the individual words themselves, making them really confusing for learners of English.
Phrasal verbs are notoriously hard to learn, so why not break this mammoth task down into bitesized, daily chunks?
Starting from today, you will receive a daily email from me with a common phrasal verb, its meaning, and an example. You'll notice that many of the phrasal verbs have multiple meanings. Every day you'll have a new phrasal verb to think about and practise with. You'll also be able to go back and review what you've learnt each month.
In 1 year's time, you'll have grasped a huge number of phrasal verbs. I always find that smaller, daily tasks invoke massive linguistic changes, with minimal effort. Learning English is a marathon, not a sprint!