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  • Yeah, let's learn Fraser verbs with Marvel Comics Superhero doctor Strange in case you're New way.

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  • Can't every time showing strength to show off means to behave in a way that is intended to attract attention or admiration.

  • Most of the time, we refer to this in a way that shows that we don't appreciate someone showing off what's with this guy.

  • Alan.

  • Oh, I'm sorry.

  • Hey, he recently came into a lot of money, and he's not really handling well handling it.

  • Well, it's a big, fizzy, douche way he was showing off his car, but sometimes it can have a neutral connotation.

  • As in this sentence, he'll get the opportunity to show off his voice in front of an audience.

  • Find me something worth my time.

  • I have, Ah, 68 year old female within advanced brainstem glioma.

  • You want me to screw up my perfect record?

  • Definitely not To screw up means to fail at something or do something.

  • Unsuccessfully example.

  • We screwed up on the English exam and didn't pass.

  • Doctor Strange is a neurosurgeon that has never had an unsuccessful operation.

  • That's what he means by perfect record.

  • So by becoming responsible for the operation of an older woman who is not likely to live, he thinks he'll screw up his perfect record.

  • I'm a little worried because things between us events so great I hate to do anything that screws that up.

  • Sweetie, if you're gonna screw things up, it's gonna be while you're here, not while you're away.

  • This'd is different from when we say to get screwed or to get screwed over.

  • Which is what would say if we get cheated or put in a difficult position.

  • Example.

  • They should have won that game.

  • They got screwed by the referee.

  • Later in the movie, Doctor Strange is looking for answers that would allow him to Hill after a car accident.

  • He finds a person with a similar condition in this scene.

  • I've given up on my body.

  • I thought, My mind is the only thing I have left.

  • At least try to elevate that before we learn about this phrase.

  • All verb.

  • Here's a tip.

  • A mistake many learners usually make is that when learning a new word, they don't pay attention.

  • Toe, which words usually Qala Kate with them when learning new freeze or verbs.

  • There's usually one or two propositions that they often Qala Kate with.

  • So when using the phrase or verb show off, you'd say, for example, he likes to show off to his friends and not show off with his friends.

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  • I've given up on my body.

  • T give up means to stop making an effort to surrender or to admit defeat.

  • To communicate a more complex idea you'll need to put on after this phrase example.

  • Don't give up on your dreams if in a couple of years you still have the singing but go for it.

  • I guess you're right.

  • It would be pretty dumb of me to give up on the career path I'm on.

  • I could make half a mil my first year at a school.

  • Please don't be upset.

  • I just didn't want you ending up with a bad grade and get discouraged.

  • Didn't give up on the idea of going back to school.

  • She draws power from the dark dimension to stay alive.

  • That's not true.

  • I've seen the rituals work them out.

  • I know how you do it to work out something or toe work.

  • Something out means to understand something or to find the answer to something by thinking about it.

  • Here, Strange has been able to decipher or understand the complex meaning of the content of a book.

  • Example.

  • We need to work out a way of improving sales.

  • In a similar sense, we sometimes say workout as a synonym off to calculate We're not all the math.

  • Oh, I did more than work out all the math.

  • I read a paper theme.

  • Three Fraser verbs we're seeing next or more advanced.

  • So get ready to work out what they mean and how to use them.

  • Oh, you think you see through me, do you?

  • What you don't?

  • But I see through you, if a person is trying to lie to you or is perhaps twisting the truth but you know that they're doing it, you'd say that you can see through them example she saw through my excuse.

  • I can't believe it.

  • We're having dinner with Alton Venice.

  • I know exactly what's gonna happen tonight.

  • I'm gonna try and act like I'm not impressed.

  • Gonna see right through it.

  • Yeah, we'll be looking at us like he's backstage at a puppet show.

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  • After this lesson went to a place called Commerce Eyes on Talk to someone called the ancient one during the called No, I didn't know why not exactly.

  • No, I mean, they did teach me to talk to the powers that never knew existed.

  • Yeah, it's not a cold.

  • When you top into something, you managed to use something in a way that brings good results.

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  • But at some point you'll also have to tap into your creativity for finding the best method that works for you.

  • Let's tap into some examples now.

  • I think I've tapped into a different kind of magic, one that isn't based on cause and effect feels different.

  • The last phrase a verb from Doctor Strange is feed off.

  • It's our fear of death gives to mom life.

  • He feeds off.

  • You feel of him.

  • If you feed off something, you gain strength, energy or support from that thing.

  • You could say a performer feeds off the energy of the crowd is There's no turning back.

  • We're going to tell Claire and Gloria what we did.

  • I'm scared.

  • Fell.

  • Okay.

  • They count on that fear.

  • They feed off it.

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  • It is one thing to question the official story and another thing entirely to make wild accusations or insinuate that I'm a superhero.

  • I never said you're a super here.

  • Didn't?

  • Well, good, because that would be outlandish.

  • And, uh, fantastic.

  • I'm just not the hero type.

  • Clearly, with this laundry list of character defects, all the mistakes I've made largely public, I just Yeah, Yeah.

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Learn 7 Advanced Phrasal Verbs with Doctor Strange

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/09/02
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