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  • hello everyone and welcome back to

  • english with Lucy the other day on my

  • Instagram I asked what sort of video would

  • you like to see next

  • I asked on this photo here and by far

  • the most popular comment was tell us

  • about your trip to Barcelona

  • unfortunately i didn't film much or

  • take so many photos so i can't do that

  • the second most popular was phrasal

  • verbs and the third most popular was

  • travel vocabulary so thought I

  • would take travel and phrasal verbs fuse

  • them together and talk to you about

  • travel-related phrasal verbs so let's

  • get started now obviously you know the

  • ones like take off and get away and

  • things like that today I want to talk to

  • you about some more advanced

  • travel-related phrasal verbs

  • so the first one is to set off to set

  • off to set off means to start or begin a

  • trip or a journey so i could say when I

  • went to Barcelona i set off at six

  • o'clock in the morning and i arrived at

  • the airport at eight o'clock so i began

  • the whole journey at six o'clock in the

  • morning

  • now the next one is to hold up and this

  • means to delay something so i could say

  • there was a traffic jam which held us up

  • for half an hour the next one is to see

  • somebody off or just to see off and this

  • means to go to a station or airport or

  • specific place to say goodbye to

  • somebody that is traveling somewhere so

  • i could say my dad came into departures

  • to see me off my dad came into

  • departures to say goodbye to me before I

  • traveled the next one is to check in and

  • this means to arrive and register at a

  • hotel or an airport so at the airport I

  • had to check in my luggage at the desk

  • and that the hotel i also had to check

  • in and receive my keys

  • remember at the end of the trip i would

  • also

  • check out the final one is to stop over

  • and this means to stop somewhere on the

  • way to your final destination so if you

  • were going on a long journey to

  • Indonesia for example maybe you would

  • stop over in another country in another

  • airport on the way and then make a

  • connecting flight to break up the

  • journey so my final destination is

  • Indonesia but i might stop over in Italy

  • ok guys those were your five

  • travel-related phrasal verbs i hope you

  • enjoyed the video i hope you learned

  • something

  • don't forget that if you want to improve

  • your english listening skills you can

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  • weekly live pronunciation lesson every

  • sunday at four thirty goodbye for now i

  • will see you soon for another lesson

  • mwah!

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A2 UK TOEIC phrasal airport travel journey final destination

5 Travel Phrasal Verbs | Intermediate & Advanced English Vocabulary

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    Emily posted on 2018/11/07
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