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  • Hi Bob the Canadian here.

  • The last video I did on phrasal verbs everyone liked a lot, and everyone asked for me to

  • do a second one.

  • So in this video let's look at over 50 more phrasal verbs and once again I will try to

  • act them all out so you can see what they mean.

  • So when it's this windy sometimes you have to lean into the wind.

  • Do you see how this works?

  • I use the phrasal verb, "lean into", and the word appeared right here as I was acting out

  • the phrasal verb.

  • So let's learn 50 more phrasal verbs and I will try to act all of them out as best as

  • possible.

  • Let's get started.

  • So I thought I would jump around on the trampoline for a little bit.

  • My kids don't know I'm out here.

  • I think I'm a little too heavy to be on this, but it's still kind of fun.

  • When you're done jumping around on the trampoline you can jump down.

  • At the end of a long day sometimes it's nice to just kick back, that means to relax at

  • the picnic table.

  • Sometimes your vehicle will break down and it won't start and you have to take it to

  • a mechanic to get it fixed.

  • And sometimes the van isn't actually broken down.

  • The problem is simply that you have run out of gas.

  • Oh!

  • When you're riding a bike you want to make sure you don't run into something like this

  • tree.

  • You wanna make sure you look where you're going.

  • So before I make my videos I have to think of something to make the video on.

  • I have to think up an idea.

  • I have to come up with an idea.

  • I'm sure you've had to do this before.

  • You get a form and you need to fill out the form.

  • You need to write down your name.

  • You need to write down your address.

  • You need to fill out the form.

  • But sometimes you make a mistake and then you just want to tear up the form because

  • you have to start over again.

  • So maybe you need some firewood and you have a tree that you don't need anymore you could

  • chop down the tree and then you could use the wood for firewood.

  • If I was going to chop down a tree though I probably wouldn't use an axe.

  • I would probably use a chainsaw.

  • By the way I'm going to do something a little bit dangerous here.

  • If people were watching I would ask them to stand back.

  • I would ask them to stand far away so that they don't get hurt.

  • After you chop down the tree you can chop up the pieces so that you can use them in

  • your fireplace.

  • I kind of faked that.

  • Those were, those pieces were already chopped up.

  • By the way, if you didn't see the last video I did on phrasal verbs there's a link right

  • up here that you can follow.

  • You should go watch it.

  • It was a lot of fun to make and a lot of people like watching it.

  • So I had a lot of these wooden pallets.

  • So I thought I would stack up the pallets so they would take up less space.

  • It's a little tidier this way.

  • So I have some money here.

  • I have quarters, dimes, and nickels.

  • And if I take this money like this I can mix up this money.

  • Now it's not in nice stacks anymore and I will need to sort out the money so that it's

  • in nice stacks again.

  • So in the last video I showed you how my truck was starting to fall apart.

  • You could also say that the truck is starting to come apart.

  • When you have something that is falling apart you can also say that it is coming apart.

  • It's coming apart because if you have rust, the rust will eat away at the vehicle.

  • The rust will eat away at the metal.

  • So I'm not a thief, but if I wanted to break into this vehicle I would probably use this

  • crowbar and stick it in right here and pry to get the door open.

  • I did mention I'm not a thief right?

  • I, I don't like to steal things.

  • So we're about halfway through the video.

  • If you're new here and you haven't yet subscribed, please click on the subscribe button, that's

  • a phrasal verb by the way, and if you haven't yet give me a thumbs up.

  • I really appreciate it, but I think it's time for us to carry on with the video, that means

  • to continue.

  • So it's pretty windy out today and two things could happen to this pail.

  • It could blow over which means it goes from an upright position to its side, and it could

  • also blow away which means that the wind would just make it roll away.

  • So if I'm not talking loud enough you might ask me to speak up.

  • When you ask someone to speak up it means that you want them to speak a little more

  • loudly.

  • It is a fairly direct way to ask it though so be careful.

  • It's not exactly polite.

  • If someone is standing too close you might ask them to back up.

  • You know what people really like?

  • They like it when you give away money.

  • If I took this money and I simply started to give away the money to people they would

  • love it.

  • You would probably love it.

  • It's not, it's not a lot of money though.

  • It's just a little bit, but, you would probably love it if I was to give away this money.

  • So there's a little bit of water in ditch behind me so I wouldn't want to fall in the

  • ditch.

  • And there's a second way to say it.

  • I wouldn't want fall into the ditch if I….

  • oh, whoa, oh, oh, oh!

  • Just kidding!

  • You know what I should do with this money?

  • I should set aside this money.

  • I should put it in a piggy bank, that's where little kids store money, and save it to buy

  • something really nice at a later date.

  • I should set aside this money.

  • So my dog Oscar is faster than me so I'm trying to walk really fast right now to catch up

  • to him.

  • So this is our old hot water heater.

  • It doesn't work anymore.

  • It's time to throw away this hot water heater.

  • It's time to throw out this hot water heater.

  • That means to get rid of it, to bring it to the dump.

  • We, though, will probably recycle this.

  • That's better than throwing out, or throwing something away.

  • So whenever I have a good idea I like to write down my idea so that I'll remember it later.

  • There we go!

  • So when I put this shirt on this morning I made sure to do up all the buttons.

  • There now they're all done up.

  • So on a windy day like this I'm glad I have short hair otherwise I think the wind would

  • mess up my hair.

  • It's hard to mess up my hair isn't it?

  • It kind of just stays the same no matter what I do!

  • So I know you're probably pretty good at math and you know that some numbers come before

  • other numbers, and some numbers come after other numbers.

  • The number 1 comes before the number 2 and the number 2 comes after the number 1.

  • So when you go to a store, like a hat store, you have to try on different hats to see which

  • one you like the best.

  • I think this one is my favourite.

  • So on Saturday nights I do a live stream right from this picnic table and I get to hang out

  • with some of you.

  • That means I get to spend time with some of you.

  • If you haven't come to one of my live streams yet, you should.

  • It would be a lot of fun to hang out.

  • Do you think I'm strong enough to lift up this bike?

  • I think I am.

  • Arrrgh!

  • I knew I could do it.

  • So last week I let a bike fall over, and it wasn't very nice.

  • So this week I thought I would lay down the bike.

  • I'll do it gently.

  • There you go little bike.

  • So when you lose something you have to look for it.

  • That's what you do in order to find it.

  • I'm trying to find a wrench that I need to fix something.

  • Here it is.

  • This is a wrench by the way if you were wondering.

  • So sometimes when I'm trying to come up with an idea I will look through a book to see

  • if I can find something that I want to teach in English.

  • You could also say I like to read through a book to find some ideas.

  • So if I want to go in my van I can open up the door.

  • You can also just say open the door.

  • I don't know why we say open up the door and open the door.

  • It means the same thing.

  • So if I step in this puddle my shoe will get wet, but if I set it out in the sun it will

  • dry out.

  • It's time to clean up.

  • I need to wash up a little bit.

  • I think I'll use this soap.

  • My kids love it when I hand out money.

  • I'm just going to wipe up some of the mess on this bench before I sit down.

  • Well, hey, that was over 50 more phrasal verbs for you.

  • Thank you so much for watching this video.

  • Again, if you have not yet subscribed please click that red subscribe button down there.

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  • Leave a comment and please share this video with a friend.

  • Thanks again so much for watching.

Hi Bob the Canadian here.

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    洪子雯 posted on 2020/03/17
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