Explore tweets about #phrasalverbs on Twitter
@phrasalcards
Phrasal Cards
a day ago
Here we are! Our #phrasalverb of the day is “Run for,” which means “to compete in an election.” Special offer! Get 40% off our phrasal verbs dictionary and other dictionaries! Coupon code: 40OFF (use at checkout) - click the link #english #phrasalverbs
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@MyLinguaAcademy
AntriParto
2 days ago
Follow the link to learn vocabulary related to PROBLEMS #collocations #synonyms #phrasalverbs #idioms 👉
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@MyLinguaAcademy
AntriParto
8 days ago
Follow the link to learn 25 ways to use the verb WAIT, #collocations , #phrasalverbs , #idioms 👉
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@bbcle
BBC Learning English
6 days ago
Psst. Hey. You! Yes, you! We’ve got some great phrasal verbs for you to learn! Pass it on! Scroll through the slides and tell us your answers to the questions. #learnenglish #bbclearningenglish #phrasalverbs #pass #vocabulary #englishonline #englishtips #vocab #elt #esl #grammar
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@papua_app
Papua Learn English - Aprender inglés
3 days ago
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@DazzleEnglish
Suzanne ✨🐱 Advanced English Vocabulary + Quizzes
2 days ago
New! 🎺 ✨PLAY OUT✨ = how a certain situation evolves or ends It'll be interesting to see how this plays out. 👇 Thoughts? #PhrasalVerbs #MyAdvPvs
@RollingStone
Rolling Stone
3 days ago
“They can have [Joe] Rogan or Young,” Neil Young wrote in a letter to his manager and label, “Not both." Young demands Spotify remove his music over "false information about vaccines"
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@lovevocab
🤓📚English Vocabulary + Idioms Trainer!📚🤓
2 days ago
🤓🇬🇧 Advanced phrasal verb test I dropped the report on the floor and now all the pages are _______ up. 😳 1️⃣ muddled 2️⃣ puddled 3️⃣ cuddled #DEK65 #DEK66 #TCAS #ESL #quiz #phrasalverbs
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@77phrasalverbs
77PhrasalVerbs
15 hours ago
@geezerpaulr The fact that so many people are unable to recognize how manipulative the media is.
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@CambridgeEngMea
Cambridge Assessment English MEA
2 days ago
Stop monkeying around! 🐒 Here are some animal phrasal verbs for you to beaver away and learn.🦫 Go on, don’t duck out now! 🦆 #PhrasalVerbs #EnglishLanguage
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@77phrasalverbs
77PhrasalVerbs
4 days ago
drum up = bring about by consistent effort #drumup #LearnEnglish #phrasalverbs
@MichaelPSenger
Michael P Senger
4 days ago
Far too many health officials appear to believe their job is to drum up support for totalitarianism.
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@77phrasalverbs
77PhrasalVerbs
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@fozziefozborn
Fozzie
15 hours ago
@AllisonPearson @BBCRadio4 @Emmabarnett I operate in the retail sector and we employ around 900 staff. We polled our staff and found that only around 40 wanted to carry on wearing a mask. We have left it up to the individual to choose. Generally those forced to wear a mask for hours on end can't wait to get rid of it.
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@77phrasalverbs
77PhrasalVerbs
5 days ago
@pjhlaw
PJH Law
5 days ago
Picked up the Ivermectin files from Dr Tess Lawrie. Uploading to the Metropolitan Police secure document centre is taking its time, as the video files are large. Rather distressing evidence also coming in from a victim of bad batches.
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@ProfessorTemmy
Pinnacle Tutors Brasil.
5 days ago
Phrasal verb #0002 “ask out” Definition: invite on a date. Example- I can't believe that Joe finally asked me out on a date! #phrasalverbs #LearnEnglish #ingles #englishlearning
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@englishprepa8
English Prepa 8
a day ago
#EnglishLanguage #englishgrammar #PhrasalVerbs are very common in #English , specially in more informal contexts. They are made up of a verb and a particle or, sometimes, two particles. Check out these phrasal verbs and make a point of learning them, using them, acquiring them
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@ProfessorTemmy
Pinnacle Tutors Brasil.
2 days ago
Phrasal verb #0002 Call off Definitions- a) Cancel something. Eg:They called the picnic off because of the rain. b) Order to stop (an invasion, guard dogs). Eg:He called off the dogs when he saw it was his neighbor. #ingles #EnglishTeacher #englishgrammar #phrasalverbs
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@papateachme
Papa Teach Me (Aly)
7 days ago
What’s this new Phrasal Verbs with “AWAY” video about? 🤔 #englishteacher #english #learnenglish #studyenglish #phrasalverbs
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@77phrasalverbs
77PhrasalVerbs
4 days ago
@DrAseemMalhotra
Dr Aseem Malhotra
4 days ago
Absolutely. Wake up people. WAKE UP!
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@EnunciateOnline
EnunciateOnline
7 days ago
Our Phrasal verb of the week this week is to fork out. To pay an amount of money, especially unwillingly: I had to fork out 600€ to get my car repaired. There goes my summer holiday. #PhrasalVerbs #Vocabulario #ToForkOut #VocabularioIngl és #Ingl és #FCE #ClasesDeIngl ésonline
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