Thu, 19 October 2017
Hi everyone! Learning English can be fun...but it can be very frustrating, too. One of the most challenging parts of English to learn...PHRASAL VERBS. If you want to understand and speak "daily English", you have to master phrasal verbs. We do that in DDM. You should join! Today I will show you four definitions of a very common phrasal verb. In our dialog, I will use three of those definitions. It's not easy...but with practice, you'll get it!
Have a super day!
Today’s English expression and dialog:
to make up (for)
Alright. Thanks, John. I’ll make up for missing work on Friday. Call you tomorrow.
Did you and John make up?
Yeah. We met and had a beer last night.
Good. You guys make up half our team! We need you two to be friends.
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