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  • Hi there. Welcome to Harry's World of Words and Phrases and English in a Minute. We're

  • now going to look at Phrasal Verbs using the verb WORK and the prepositions OUT, OFF, UP

  • and ON. So we'll take them one at a time. Let's first of all take WORK OUT. I am going

  • to work out a solution to this problem. So you're working on a crossword puzzle, you

  • can work out, you can find the solution. WORK OFF. We had a very good Christmas and New

  • Year, we put on a few extra kilos so we want to work off that weight. We want to go out

  • for a run and work it off. WORK UP means to get ready for something or prepare for something.

  • So we can say: "Let's go outside and have a good walk for 5 or 7 kilometres and we'll

  • work up an appetite. Meaning we'll become hungry so when we go home we can have a nice

  • meal. And then finally WORK ON to work on something. I am going to work on that project

  • all weekend cause I really need to finish it by Monday. Okay. So phrasal verbs using

  • the verb WORK and the prepositions ON, UP, OFF and OUT. Okay. So as always subscribe

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English Phrasal Verbs with WORK and their meanings

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    Courtney Shih posted on 2020/03/12
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