November Week One:
This week we got down to business and figured out how to use a whole bunch of phrasal verbs. There is a lot to study and memorize here, so let's get to it!
Learners can choose one of many videos explaining phrasal verbs from British Council. Or try Useful Listening Phrasal Verbs to Improve Your Fluency.
For original version, try listening to anything in original version and pick out some phrasal verbs that show up in the video: try watching Netflix, TED Talks, listening to news from BBC or NPR.
Learners can try reading a text chocked full ofphrasal verbs, or an activity about seeing the dentistalso full of verbs to practice.
For original version, try reading anything in original version and seeing if you can figure out any phrasal verbs from context: try something from Slate, for instance.
This week for writing, choose between 5-10 phrasal verbs and write a text trying to use them in context. Be creative!