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Dec 13, 2018

A Phrasal Verb a Day #153 - TO PROFIT FROM

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Definitions & examples

1. to make money by doing something

2. to get benefits/advantages from things

to profit from an experience

to profit from new laws in banking

The decentralised...


Dec 10, 2018

A Phrasal Verb a Day #152 - TO PROCEED WITH

Definition

to do something that you have planned to do, or thought about doing. You've been thinking about something, and then you do it.

Examples

The police decided not to proceed with the case.

If you choose not to proceed with the transaction, please let us know within 14...


Dec 6, 2018

A Phrasal Verb a Day #151 - TO PRISE APART

Meaning

To force two things apart, or to force something open

Examples

I prised a piece of rock apart and found a fossil

I prised the dog's jaws apart

I prised open the lid of the tin of beans

Rescuers were using heavy duty cutting equipment to prise apart the tangled mound of...


Nov 30, 2018

P08 [5/5] English phrases my wife has learned from me

This is the fifth part of this series of premium episodes about natural social English phrases.

Use this episode to test yourself. Can you say the right responses to my prompts? Can you repeat the phrases just like me, with the right intonation, stress and connected...


Nov 30, 2018

P08 [4/5] English phrases my wife has learned from me

In part 4 I explain, demonstrate and clarify the phrases I discussed with my wife in part 2 of this series. 

Listen to my teaching in order to make sure you properly understand these phrases and don't make any common errors.

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