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This is the Rachel’s English 30-Day Challenge!
Learn 30 phrasal verbs in 30 days!
Jumpstart your vocabulary in 2017.
Today is Day 18 and we're studying phrasal verbs with “show”.
Let me show you around the phrasal verb SHOW.
When you show someone around, you introduce them to a place.
For example, the first time you visit my house, I might say, let me show you around.
If I show you in, then I lead you into my house.
If you have a job interview at a big company, someone might say,
call John when you arrive and he’ll show you in so you know where to go.
If I show you out, then it’s just the opposite, I lead you out of my house.
Rather than having you just get up and leave yourself, it’s more polite.
I’ll show you out.
What about to show off?
When you show off, you’re trying to impress somebody, trying to display your abilities, to attract attention.
She showed off by doing a bunch of flips in gym class.
We use it a lot as a noun. He’s such a showoff.
You can also show something off.
She’s showing off her huge diamond ring by talking with her hand.
To show through means able to be seen through something else,
for example, through fabric. Your underwear shows through that dress.
Show up has a couple of meanings. First, to arrive.
She showed up 10 minutes late.
Just show up on time.
It also means to be easy to see.
The purple letters show up well on the white background.
To show someone up is to look better than them, or try to look better than them.
I brought some cookies, but Laura showed me up when she brought a homemade apple pie.
Showdown. Now, this isn’t a verb, but it’s a noun.
A showdown is a confrontation or dispute.
The Super Bowl is a showdown between the two best teams in the NFL.
Show. We have the SH consonant, sh.
Teeth are together, lips flare, and the tongue tip is pulled up a bit.
Shhhhh. Show.
Then the OH as in NO diphthong.
Jaw, oh, then the lips round.
Don’t skip that step. They don’t have to round tightly,
They don’t have to round tightly, but they do need to come in some. OH. Oh- oh- oh-
OH. Show. Shooooww. Show.
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