This week we tried hard to learn some important phrasal verbs. Although they are tough and frustrating, they are an important part of the language. So, now on to the homework!
Learners can try listening from Phrasal Verb Demon, ESL Phrasal Verb Videos or Fast Phrasal from British Council
For original version try any of the following original version sources and try to pick out some phrasal verbs used in the text:
Learners can try quizzes, fill in the gaps, or Sherlock Holmes and the Sword of King Arthur, a 5-part story containing the top 50 most common phrasal verbs:
Now we're on to the most important part, PRACTICE! Please choose 10 phrasal verbs and write sentences to put them into practice.