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Day 5: try (something) out
0:12 Introduction. Listen to the phrasal verb in context.
0:30 Identify the meaning.
1:00 Explanation. Study its meaning and use.
1:58 Question of the Day.
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)
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