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Interactive video lesson plan for: Phrasal verb: miss out on - Day 13 with JenniferESL

Activity overview:

Day 13: miss out on (something)

Index:
0:12 Introduction. Listen to the phrasal verb in context.
0:34 Identify the meaning.
1:07 Explanation. Study its meaning and use.
2:15 Question of the Day.
2:29 Review definitions with flashcards.
3:28 Review forms.
3:54 Review usage with a practice text. (Fill-in-the-blank.)



Other phrasal verbs in this series:
Day 1: let (someone) in on (something)
Day 2: come up with (something)
Day 3: sink in
Day 4: brush up on (something)
Day 5: try (something) out
Day 6: fall behind
Day 7: keep up with (something)
Day 8: stay up
Day 9: turn (something or someone) down
Day 10: talk (someone) out of (something)
Day 11: ask around
Day 12: come down to (something)

Did you review at the halfway point with the exercises on my website?
Exercise to review 10 definitions. http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/phrasal.verbs1.htm
Exercise to review 10 forms. http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/phrasal.verbs1.form.htm

Tagged under: JenniferESL,Jennifer Lebedev,English Jennifer,phrasal verb, ,missing , ,ESL,EFL,ESOL,English grammar,English vocabulary

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