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  • This is everyday grammar.

  • I'm with CIA, and I'm governing.

  • You know, I've noticed you're always listening to interesting music.

  • Thanks.

  • I'm actually in the nineties pop phase right now.

  • Thing bringing that thing effect me?

  • I've heard that song before.

  • Moloko Yeah, that's a group.

  • I think we should bring back music of that period.

  • Yeah, like, turn back time to win back listeners and dancers everywhere.

  • Okay, calm down, Raisel.

  • Verbs that use the word back are really what we're talking about today, Not music.

  • But we already did an episode.

  • True, But there are more verbs with bank.

  • Okay, then you should know that when the word back comes second and a phrase will verb, it usually means again or return.

  • She gave the jacket back to her sister.

  • There is a storm coming.

  • We need to turn back after you used the key.

  • Please put it back.

  • Did you bring me back anything from the store?

  • We have to work hard to win back their support.

  • Do you think we're done with Fraser burbs with back?

  • Not even close.

  • But maybe we should do phrase a words with take.

  • And that's everyday grammar.

This is everyday grammar.

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Everyday Grammar: Phrasal Verbs + Back (Part 2)

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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