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  • How are you getting on with the phrasal verbs? Are you picking them up easily enough?

  • Or do you think you need to go over them and practise them a bit more?

  • Hello and welcome everyone. This is Minoo at Anglo-Link.

  • First of all, a huge thank you to all of you who have been watching my 'Phrasal Verbs' series

  • and have posted comments and questions for me.

  • Some of you have asked for the transcripts of the dialogues and the exercises.

  • And, some of you have asked for more exercises

  • to help your assimilation. So what I have done

  • is that I have published the whole series as a complete course

  • and I've included the PDF transcripts

  • and some more audio exercises for you.

  • So, if you're interested and would like to sign up for the course

  • make sure you use the link in the description box below

  • to benefit from a 30% special discount.

  • There is a limited number of discount coupons available.

  • So, do act soon. Now, if you're wondering if you need this course or not,

  • I thought we could do a quick quiz together to test your assimilation.

  • I'm going to give you 15 sentences to complete with a phrasal verb.

  • You will see the non-phrasal synonym,

  • and the test is how quickly you can come up with a

  • phrasal synonym.

  • So, when you're ready, let's begin.

  • Phrasal Verbs Quiz

  • Complete the following sentences

  • with the most appropriate phrasal verb.

  • So, how did you get on?

  • I hope you did really well. However,

  • if you were hesitating about which verb completes each sentence,

  • then I think my new course will be useful for you.

  • Remember that, although you can often find a non-phrasal synonym

  • or describe the idea in a different way, there are three good reasons

  • why learning phrasal verbs is worth the effort.

  • Firstly, they are an integral part

  • of the English language.

  • Secondly, as you know, native speakers

  • use them all the time.

  • So, if you want to be able to understand native speakers easily,

  • you do need to know your phrasal verbs.

  • And finally, you will sound a lot more natural yourself

  • when you speak if you use phrasal verbs.

  • So, if you're ready to take up the challenge and brush up on your phrasal verbs with me,

  • sign up for the course using this link or the link in the description box below,

  • so you can get your 30 percent discount. Thank you all once

  • again for all your support and feedback. I look forward to seeing you

  • on the course or in my next video. Bye now!

How are you getting on with the phrasal verbs? Are you picking them up easily enough?

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