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Link to Day 1 video. http://youtu.be/qQKnhZPW1Lc
Need an introduction to phrasal verbs? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLeNXRHBnpA&list=PLEEA0D5FA42DB4C58&index=31
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For the next 20 days, learn one new phrasal verb a day. I'll help you. Let's study together 5-10 minutes a day. We'll study what each phrasal verb means and how to use each one correctly. Additional exercises will be posted on my website.
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Need a review of phrasal verbs? Watch my English Grammar Lessons 17-20.
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