Which do you love more?
Phrasal verbs or visiting the dentist?
I know, phrasal verbs are confusing.
And there are a lot of them!
Over 8,000, in fact.
But finally, here’s some good news…
You don’t need to know them all!
In fact, if you learn just a small, small percentage of these phrasal verbs — 1.8%, to be exact — you will understand almost all native speakers when they use phrasal verbs.
And what about wasting your time learning phrasal verbs you’ll never need…?
We’ll that’s just a crime!
Must-Have Phrasal Verbs
Would you like to know which phrasal verbs I’m talking about?
So you can see which of these valuable phrasal verbs you already know…
Which ones you’re missing…
And then finally start understanding native speakers when they tell you to tune in, turn on and drop out?
Well, you’re in luck!
I just wrote a new guide about this.
It’s called, “Must-Have Phrasal Verbs.”
And because it’s now officially Vocabulary Month here at Vitamin V, I’d like you to have it.
It makes me laugh – love yuor mistakes
Thank you for good ideas