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hi welcome to my new series on how to
learn phrasal verbs in Comte if you haven’t already seen my first video
please have a look over here because in the first video I explained my reasons
for teaching you phrasal verbs in context in greater detail and the very
first video is all about phrasal verbs regarding hell for that there’s also an
audio and the PDF you can download to listen and repeat. This is Susan Brodar from SPEAK Languages & TRAVEL the World here to help you improve your English
with minimum effort maximum benefit and instead today’s video is all about
phrasal the income tape regarding travel so let’s have a look at this document in
which I give you praise of herbs in context regarding travel pray the verbs
in context by topic travel go away means to go on holiday so we’d like to go away
for two weeks this summer this just means that we’d like to go on holiday
this summer instead getaway means more it gives more the feeling of you want to
escape from all your problems from all your worries so he wants to get away for
a few days at Christmas he wants to escape make for make for means to go in
a direction and also head for means to go in a direction so we can say it’s
time to make for the station it’s getting late it’s time to go towards the
station otherwise we’ll miss our train they’re not heading for Switzerland
until February it means they’re not going into Switzerland until February next series drop off drop off means to
leave in a place usually at a station or an airport but it can
also be at a friend’s house so you can say I can drop you off at the gym on my
way home if you like it means I can leave you there pick up means to come
and get someone from a place can you pick this up at the station this evening
can you come and get us see off see off means to say goodbye at the station at
an airport when people are leaving they won’t go to the airport to see their
daughter off usually you accompany someone to the airport you wave bye-bye
to them you give them a hug this is to see someone off get on get on means to
get on board a boat to train a plane we I think we got on the wrong train we
boarded the wrong train set off or set out are similar and they mean to begin a
journey as she set off for Rome last night or she set out really early so as
to arrive before it was dark they’re both too similar in meaning take off
take off is when the airplane lifts off the ground so we can say the plane took
off after the storm subsided after the storm had gone the next series get to
get to means arrive at your destination are you getting to the airport by taxi
so are you going to reach and arrive at the airport by tax
get around gets around means to move from place to place so first you go to
your destination and once you’re in your destination you get around I can say I
got to Paris by train but then I got around by underground by metro so here
we have we don’t like getting around by public transport look around instead is
more explore so have you looked around the city center yet have you looked
around the city center yet hurry up hurry up a means to rush to be faster I
always have to tell her to hurry up and get ready to leave I always have to tell
her to be quick look forward to look forward to means when you’re excited
about something so I’m not looking forward to going back to work when
you’ve had a nice holiday you usually enjoy it so much that you don’t look
forward to going back to work hold up hold up means delay means to be blocked
so that you can’t continue a journey sorry to keep you waiting but the flight
was held up due to a strike and here I see I made a typo I should have written
but sorry to keep you waiting but the flight was held up due to a strike I
didn’t check it well enough then we have chicken which means register in a hotel
or before catching a flight they had to check in their baggage before going
through security they had to deposit their baggage at the
check-in desk checkout means to leave a hotel room she didn’t check out until 12
checkout also means to evaluate something though so in this case have
you checked out the various flights catch up with the catch up we that means
to follow you faster so as to reach you he’s driving too fast we’ll never catch
up with him we’ll never be able to reach him getting means when a train or plane
arrives I got in around 8 p.m. it means I arrived around 8 p.m. go back means return return to the place
you came from so when do you go back home when do you return home get back
get back is another way of saying return she won’t get back in time for dinner
she won’t return in time for dinner that’s different from go back because go
back I’m going from here to there whilst get back I’m coming from there to here
get off get off means to leave a train a bus or a plane let’s get off at the next
stop let’s leave the bus at the next bus stop speed up speed up means to go
faster to do things more quickly I hope the cute security speeds up
because the gate is closing and we’ll miss our flight stopover stopover means to interrupt a
trip for a short stay on the way to a final destination so for example if
we’re imagining that we’re going to New Zealand
generally the flight doesn’t go non-stop so I could ask are you going to stop
over anywhere on your way to New Zealand because the plane can stop in various
cities on the way and in that case you can also get out stay a few days visit
the place and then carry on your journey so these are some examples of phrasal
verbs in context regarding travel I recommend you practice them listen and
repeat them as much as you can so that they become second nature of you who
don’t know yet why I’m teaching phrasal verbs in context it’s in reality the
easiest and the best way to learn phrasal verbs because there are just so
many phrasal verbs it’s absolutely impossible to learn them all in lists as
very many people try to do you do need to listen and repeat these phrasal verbs
in context many times so they just become part of your memory and they come
natural they just come naturally to you but that only happens when you listen
and repeat there is times so as you see I’ve only given you a few phrasal verbs
in context you can actually create your own phrasal verbs in context by looking
on the website play phrase me type in the phrasal verb you’d like to practice
and a series of phrasal verbs will come out in videos you could copy the actual
sentence and write it down so that that becomes a further one two or three
phrasal verbs in context that you can practice because as I said the more you
practice them in context the better the easier it will be to memorize them and
make them sound natural so if you haven’t done so already I’d
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practicing keep up the good work I

Reynold King

One Reply to “Practise PHRASAL VERBS in CONTEXT – TRAVEL”

  1. Do you want to PRACTISE PHRASAL VERBS in CONTEXT by TOPIC regarding TRAVEL?

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    Practise PHRASAL VERBS in CONTEXT by TOPIC: TRAVEL Expressions
    Go away – go on holiday
    Get away – escape on holiday
    Make for / head for – go in a direction
    Drop off – leave in a place (usually a station or airport)
    Pick up – come and get someone from a place
    See off – say goodbye at the station or airport etc
    Get on – to get on board a boat, train. plane
    Set off / set out– begin a journey
    Take off – the plane lifts off the ground
    Get to – arrive at your destination
    Get around – move from place to place
    Look around – explore
    Hurry up – rush / be faster
    Look forward to – be excited about
    Hold up – delay
    Check in – register in a hotel or before catching a flight
    Check out – leave a hotel room
    Check out – evaluate something
    Catch up with – follow you faster so as to reach you
    Get in – when a train or plane arrives
    Go back – return to the place you came from
    Get back – return
    Get off – leave a train, bus or plane
    Speed up – go faster/ do things more quickly
    Stop over – interrupt a trip for a short stay on the way to a final destination

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