4 PHRASAL
VERBS

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INTRODUCTION

Hello, my name is Phillip and this is 4 Phrasal Verbs, a website to make finding my videos easy.
There is an introduction video that explains all you need to know about me, my channel and the videos.
Below that is a table with a list of the videos I have released.
I only started making videos in early September 2020, so there's not much here at the moment, but I will be adding more videos regularly.


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VIDEO LIST

CodePublishedPhrasal verbs covered and link to the videoPoster
00409th OctBreak Up With, Get On With, Fall Out With, Make Up WithLearn English Phrasal Verbs
00302nd OctCut Out, Cut Down On, Eat Out, Live OnLearn English Phrasal Verbs
00225th SepTurn on, Turn Off, Turn Up & Turn DownLearn English Phrasal Verbs
00125th SepA Basic Introduction to Phrasal VerbsNo poster
00025th SepAbout Me, This Channel and The VideosNo poster

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THEMES

2020 . Reference . Food . Relationships

VERBS

Turn


PHRASAL VERBS LIST

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

VerbBasic DefintionLink to Video & Code
Break Up WithTo stop being in a romantic relationship.004
Cut Down onTo reduce the quantity of something.003
Cut OutTo remove something completely.003
Eat OutTo eat outside of the home, in a restaurant for example.003
Fall Out WithTo stop being friends with or being friendly with somebody.004
Get On WithTo have a good or friendly relationship with somebody.004
Live OnTo consume mostly one type of food.003
Make Up WithTo become friends with or being friendly with somebody after a period of non-friendship.004
Turn DownTo decrease the intensity, especially sound.002
Turn OffTo stop a piece of equipment, for example electrical or plumbing.002
Turn OnTo start a piece of equipment, for example electrical or plumbing.002
Turn UpTo increase the intensity, especially sound.002

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