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Category Archives: Phrasal verbs
This video is aimed at writers and people who do creative work, but the first time I’ve seen it I was so inspired by it that I thought it could easily apply to other contexts, other professionals and to people … Continue reading
Hey, guys! Are you familiar with the phrasal verb above (in pink)? Can you think of any synonyms or related words? If tolerate, bear or stand flashed across your mind, well done! Put up with refers to the act of … Continue reading
Take off is one of those aviation terms which will be thorougly repeated during the ICAO test. But do you know how to use it in the past? And how should you use it in the continuous/progressive aspect? Take a … Continue reading