#288: Phrasal Verbs: The Missing Ingredient for You to Sound More Natural in English

If you want to sound more natural when you speak English, you need to learn and use phrasal verbs. Phrasal verbs help you better understand natives on the media and sound more confident and natural yourself. In today’s episode, we will give you the basics to understanding phrasal verbs and you will learn some cool new phrasal verbs to spice up your vocabulary.

Words You’ll Learn in the App

  • Spice up
  • Brighten up
  • Wind down
  • Look after
  • Call off
  • Get through
  • Stand out
  • Stack up
  • Branch out
  • Mess around

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  • Carlos eduardo says:

    Who is thiago that participate of the podcast?

    • Agnieszka from RealLife English says:

      Thiago is our team member, a great English teacher from Brazil.

  • Non-native English language learners find it really difficult to follow the Phrasal verbs as it is culturally bound. This podcast provides the everyday life using Phrasal verbs and it’s easy to learn. Thank you.

    • Agnieszka from RealLife English says:

      Glad you found it helpful!

  • Ali J says:

    I’ve been learning a lot by the reallife English podcast and it’s impact on my way to learn this language is totally huge. the content, the way you speak and your approach is impeccable, lots of love to you 💛

    • Agnieszka from RealLife English says:

      We are happy to hear that, Ali! Keep up your great job!