5 Phrasal Verbs You Need to Know to Speak English Like a Native


English phrasal verbs

English Phrasal Verbs Every Learner Should Know

Do you ever feel unwell when somebody mentions English phrasal verbs? Well… I know many English learners do – you’re not the only one!

I want to help you become a phrasal verb pro and that’s why I’m starting a new series on the 5-Minute Language YouTube channel, focused specifically on English phrasal verbs!

Are you excited? I am!

In the first video in this series, I discuss 5 English phrasal verbs you need to know if you want to speak English like a native.

Watch the video to find out what they are:

Phrasal verbs I mention in the video:

To call off – to cancel something

To come across (something or somebody) – to find something or meet somebody by chance

To drop by – to stop by for a visit, for a short time

To get along with somebody – to have a good and friendly relationship with somebody

To work something out – to find a solution to a problem

25 Most Common English Phrasal Verbs

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25 English phrasal verbs

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