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6 2 Apr 19, 2018

We have another twofer today - twofer is slang for "two for the price of one". You can turn a radio up if you want it louder or turn it down if you want it quieter. These are both type 3 verbs in very common use. I always turn up the radio when I hear 70s rock. What about you? Bob is an English language teacher focusing on IELTS and General English. #picoftheday #ielts #idiom #english #teacher #conversation #englishteacher #IELTS #FCE #CAE #phrasals #englishwithbob

1416 2 Apr 12, 2018

to come in means to enter. This is a type 2 phrasal verb that you must never split. Bob is an English language teacher focusing on exams and General English. #picoftheday #ielts #idiom #english #teacher #conversation #englishteacher #IELTS #FCE #CAE #phrasals #englishwithbob

26 1 Mar 29, 2018

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5 0 Apr 10, 2018

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1 0 Mar 31, 2018

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30 2 Mar 30, 2018

to look down on someone means to despise them or treat in a lesser way. This is a type 4 verb so you can never split the verb and prepostions. Bob is an English language teacher focusing on exams and General English. #picoftheday #ielts #idiom #english #teacher #conversation #englishteacher #IELTS #FCE #CAE #phrasals #englishwithbob

22 0 Mar 27, 2018

They put the fire out. "Put out" is also a type 3 verb which means to extinguish. The fire brigade do a fantastic job, don't you  think? Bob is an English language teacher focusing on IELTS and General English. #picoftheday #ielts #idiom #english #teacher #conversation #englishteacher #IELTS #FCE #CAE #phrasals #englishwithbob

21 0 Apr 10, 2018

To all of those who celebrate Easter, I hope you have a  peaceful and enjoyable time. #picoftheday #ielts #idiom #english #teacher #conversation #englishteacher #IELTS #FCE #CAE #phrasals #englishwithbob #Easter

20 0 Mar 29, 2018

"look after" is a synonym of "take care of". In this case you are asking someone to watch your things to make sure they are not stolen. "look after" is a type 2 verb, you mustn't split the verb and preposition and "take care of" is a common idiom. I have to look after my kids when my wife is working. What do you have to look after? Bob is an English language teacher focusing on IELTS and General English. #picoftheday #ielts #idiom #english #teacher #conversation #englishteacher #IELTS #FCE #CAE #phrasals #englishwithbob

16 0 Apr 17, 2018

Make sure you follow the rules for First Certificate sentence transformations. . You must complete the second the sentence so that it means the same as the first. . You must use the word given (MANY). . You must write between two and five words. 😎 . Tag your friends who are learning English! . 👍 #english #learnenglish #phrasalverbs #verbs #phrasals #wordformation #useofenglish #fce #pet #cae #sentencetransformation #learningenglish #firstcertificate #advanced #cambridge #exams #englishexams #realenglish #speakenglish #englishiseasy #inglés #anglès #englisch #everydayenglish #phrases #inglese #inglês #aprenderingles

152 8 Apr 4, 2018

If you call something off, you cancel it. Call off is a type 3 verb, you can separate the verb and the preposition and you must if you use a pronoun. "They called it off." Have you had to call anything off recently? Bob is an English language teacher focusing on IELTS and General English. #picoftheday #ielts #idiom #english #teacher #conversation #englishteacher #IELTS #FCE #CAE #phrasals #englishwithbob

18 1 Apr 5, 2018
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