What are phrasal verbs?
Phrasal verbs are non-literal phrases that convey figurative meaning.
For example when someone ‘hangs out’ with their friends, they aren’t literally hanging; instead, they are spending time with their friends. When a criminal ‘comes clean’ they aren’t less dirty; rather, they have decided to confess to all their crimes!
Why does one need to know about phrasal verbs?
If you want to sound more like a native speaker,
or you want to use lexis that takes your vocabulary use up a notch,
then you HAVE to have a good working understanding of phrasal verbs.
What will you learn through this course?
– 250+ idiomatic expression and phrasal verbs
– 25 different themes to use phrasal verbs in
– In-depth explanations of usage and meanings
– Real word usage and connotations
Who is this course for?
Anyone looking to upgrade their English:
either to sound more like a native speaker in social and professional contexts,
or someone who is preparing for a vocabulary heavy exam like the GRE, SAT or CAT
and needs to learn high-level expressions, quick, meaningfully!
What’s the minimum requirement to enrol to this course?
You must be a beginner to intermediate user of the english language.
Advanced users of the language may find my “Upgrade your Vocabulary through root-words” course more appropriate.