Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Welcome to Day 15. We're close to the end. Let's take some time to go over some of the previous phrasal verbs. Review is always a good idea. What does "go over" mean? Now here's a third example. The entire explanation is "go over well." If something goes over well, it's liked. If something doesn't go over well, it's not liked. It's not received well. Used this way, "go over" is intransitive. It does not take an object. Take a moment to look at both definitions. Do you go over your spending habits each month? Maybe you should. In this review, we'll go over the phrasal verbs from Days 11-15. Fill in the missing phrasal verbs. You can do similar practice exercises with a study partner. Describe a situation and prompt your partner to say a certain phrasal verb.