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Phrasal verbs beginning with G

Here is a list of phrasal verbs beginning with the letter G Get about This is an inseparable phrasal verb. To get about is to travel. My grandmother is 80, but she still gets...

Vocabulary exercise

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate word or phrase. 1. The boy handed in a term paper that he had ………………….. copied from a website. a) unabashedly b) carefully c) unabatedly 2. She...

Abridge, Absolute

Abridge (verb) To abridge is to shorten or to condense The job of an editor is to abridge a long document by removing the boring or irrelevant details. There is an adjective – abridged...

Money idioms and phrases

The word money is used in a large number of idiomatic expressions. Be in the money When you are in the money, you become rich all of a sudden. You may have won a...

Vocabulary exercise

This exercise tests your range of vocabulary. Do you recognize these words? 1. A person who is a strict disciplinarian a) martinet b) virago c) dilettante 2. A person who is essentially a bootlicker...

Finding accommodation

Here are some phrases you may hear or use when you are looking for accommodation. I’ve booked a room for tonight. Whose name is the booking in? I’ve come to look at the room....

Buying tickets | sample conversation

Here are some important phrases you may hear or use while you are traveling. Tickets, please. Can you show me your tickets, please? Could I see your tickets, please? Next stop… This is the...

Chatting to people | sample conversation

Here are some useful phrases you may hear or use when you are speaking to your friends or colleagues. Have you ever been to a foreign country? How long have you been working here?...