Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #42 Two-part verbs with BRING

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Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #38 Two-part verbs with TAKE

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For an explanation about two-part verbs, see www.esl-aloud.com take after Her behavior is like her mother’s. She takes after her mother. take apart The mechanic disassembled the motor. The mechanic took apart the motor. The mechanic took the motor apart take back I retract what I said about Mr. Foster. I take back what I said about Mr. Foster. Did you return the car to the dealer? Did you take back the car to the dealer? Did you take the car back to the dealer? That song makes me think of my childhood. That song takes me back to my childhood. take down I wrote down everything he said. I took down everything he said. I took everything he said down. They lowered the flag at sunset. They took down the flag at sunset. They took the flag down at sunset. Mario dismantled his tent after breakfast. Mario took down his tent after breakfast. Mario took his tent down after breakfast. take for What kind of person do you think I am! What do you take me for! take in Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants made smaller. Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants taken in. He was a stranger and they let him stay in their home. He was a stranger and they took him in. She spoke so fast my mind couldn’t absorb what she was saying. She spoke so fast I couldn’t take in what she was saying. The old lady was deceived by the false advertising. The old lady got taken in by the false advertising. We spent the day looking at the sights of the city. We spent the day taking in the sights of the city. The widow did sewing for people in her home. The widow took in sewing. take off We removed our shoes before entering the mosque We took off our shoes before entering the mosque. We took our shoes off before entering the mosque. They reduced the price of the table by 20 percent. They took 20 percent off the price of the table. They took off 20 percent from the price of the table. She left without saying good-bye to anyone. She took off without saying good-bye to anyone. The sales of his book increased rapidly after his TV interview. The sales of his book took off after his TV interview. At exactly 2:15 the plane rose into the air. At exactly 2:15 the plane took off. Iâm going on vacation for a week in July. Iâm taking off a week from work in July. Iâm taking a week off from work in July. Less

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Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #38 Two-part verbs with TAKE

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For an explanation about two-part verbs, see www.esl-aloud.com take after Her behavior is like her mother’s. She takes after her mother. take apart The mechanic disassembled the motor. The mechanic took apart the motor. The mechanic took the motor apart take back I retract what I said about Mr. Foster. I take back what I said about Mr. Foster. Did you return the car to the dealer? Did you take back the car to the dealer? Did you take the car back to the dealer? That song makes me think of my childhood. That song takes me back to my childhood. take down I wrote down everything he said. I took down everything he said. I took everything he said down. They lowered the flag at sunset. They took down the flag at sunset. They took the flag down at sunset. Mario dismantled his tent after breakfast. Mario took down his tent after breakfast. Mario took his tent down after breakfast. take for What kind of person do you think I am! What do you take me for! take in Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants made smaller. Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants taken in. He was a stranger and they let him stay in their home. He was a stranger and they took him in. She spoke so fast my mind couldn’t absorb what she was saying. She spoke so fast I couldn’t take in what she was saying. The old lady was deceived by the false advertising. The old lady got taken in by the false advertising. We spent the day looking at the sights of the city. We spent the day taking in the sights of the city. The widow did sewing for people in her home. The widow took in sewing. take off We removed our shoes before entering the mosque We took off our shoes before entering the mosque. We took our shoes off before entering the mosque. They reduced the price of the table by 20 percent. They took 20 percent off the price of the table. They took off 20 percent from the price of the table. She left without saying good-bye to anyone. She took off without saying good-bye to anyone. The sales of his book increased rapidly after his TV interview. The sales of his book took off after his TV interview. At exactly 2:15 the plane rose into the air. At exactly 2:15 the plane took off. Iâm going on vacation for a week in July. Iâm taking off a week from work in July. Iâm taking a week off from work in July. Less

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Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #38 Two-part verbs with TAKE

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For an explanation about two-part verbs, see www.esl-aloud.com take after Her behavior is like her mother’s. She takes after her mother. take apart The mechanic disassembled the motor. The mechanic took apart the motor. The mechanic took the motor apart take back I retract what I said about Mr. Foster. I take back what I said about Mr. Foster. Did you return the car to the dealer? Did you take back the car to the dealer? Did you take the car back to the dealer? That song makes me think of my childhood. That song takes me back to my childhood. take down I wrote down everything he said. I took down everything he said. I took everything he said down. They lowered the flag at sunset. They took down the flag at sunset. They took the flag down at sunset. Mario dismantled his tent after breakfast. Mario took down his tent after breakfast. Mario took his tent down after breakfast. take for What kind of person do you think I am! What do you take me for! take in Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants made smaller. Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants taken in. He was a stranger and they let him stay in their home. He was a stranger and they took him in. She spoke so fast my mind couldn’t absorb what she was saying. She spoke so fast I couldn’t take in what she was saying. The old lady was deceived by the false advertising. The old lady got taken in by the false advertising. We spent the day looking at the sights of the city. We spent the day taking in the sights of the city. The widow did sewing for people in her home. The widow took in sewing. take off We removed our shoes before entering the mosque We took off our shoes before entering the mosque. We took our shoes off before entering the mosque. They reduced the price of the table by 20 percent. They took 20 percent off the price of the table. They took off 20 percent from the price of the table. She left without saying good-bye to anyone. She took off without saying good-bye to anyone. The sales of his book increased rapidly after his TV interview. The sales of his book took off after his TV interview. At exactly 2:15 the plane rose into the air. At exactly 2:15 the plane took off. Iâm going on vacation for a week in July. Iâm taking off a week from work in July. Iâm taking a week off from work in July. Less

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Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #15 Lesson 1 on 2-Part Verbs

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She put on her coat. She put her coat on. She put on her coat after she paid the bill. Don’t put me on. She didn’t feel like putting out a lot of effort. She placed the coat on her body. She put on her coat. She put her coat on. He added the numbers and got a total. He added up the numbers He added the numbers up. She raised four children all by herself. She brought up four children all by herself. She brought five children up all by herself. He started talking about the situation in the Middle East. He brought up the topic of the Middle East. They decided that it was raining too hard to play the game. They called off the game because of rain. They called the game off because of rain. They continued their work in spite of the difficulties. The carried on in spite of the difficulties. She just kept on talking about how terrible her family was. She carried on about her terrible family. Don’t be sad. Cheer up. They postponed the party until July. They put off the party until July. They put the party off until July. I really did not like her. She really put me off. I am quite dependable. You can rely on me. You can count on me. She cleaned the dust from the top of the table. She wiped off the table. She wiped the table off. Let’s review the budget for next year. Let’s go over the budget for next year. We spent too much money this year. We ran over the budget this year. They said they would not do what I requested. They turned down my request. They turned my request down. Less

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Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #38 Two-part verbs with TAKE

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For an explanation about two-part verbs, see www.esl-aloud.com take after Her behavior is like her mother’s. She takes after her mother. take apart The mechanic disassembled the motor. The mechanic took apart the motor. The mechanic took the motor apart take back I retract what I said about Mr. Foster. I take back what I said about Mr. Foster. Did you return the car to the dealer? Did you take back the car to the dealer? Did you take the car back to the dealer? That song makes me think of my childhood. That song takes me back to my childhood. take down I wrote down everything he said. I took down everything he said. I took everything he said down. They lowered the flag at sunset. They took down the flag at sunset. They took the flag down at sunset. Mario dismantled his tent after breakfast. Mario took down his tent after breakfast. Mario took his tent down after breakfast. take for What kind of person do you think I am! What do you take me for! take in Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants made smaller. Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants taken in. He was a stranger and they let him stay in their home. He was a stranger and they took him in. She spoke so fast my mind couldn’t absorb what she was saying. She spoke so fast I couldn’t take in what she was saying. The old lady was deceived by the false advertising. The old lady got taken in by the false advertising. We spent the day looking at the sights of the city. We spent the day taking in the sights of the city. The widow did sewing for people in her home. The widow took in sewing. take off We removed our shoes before entering the mosque We took off our shoes before entering the mosque. We took our shoes off before entering the mosque. They reduced the price of the table by 20 percent. They took 20 percent off the price of the table. They took off 20 percent from the price of the table. She left without saying good-bye to anyone. She took off without saying good-bye to anyone. The sales of his book increased rapidly after his TV interview. The sales of his book took off after his TV interview. At exactly 2:15 the plane rose into the air. At exactly 2:15 the plane took off. Iâm going on vacation for a week in July. Iâm taking off a week from work in July. Iâm taking a week off from work in July. Less

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For an explanation about two-part verbs, see www.esl-aloud.com take after Her behavior is like her mother’s. She takes after her mother. take apart The mechanic disassembled the motor. The mechanic took apart the motor. The mechanic took the motor apart take back I retract what I said about Mr. Foster. I take back what I said about Mr. Foster. Did you return the car to the dealer? Did you take back the car to the dealer? Did you take the car back to the dealer? That song makes me think of my childhood. That song takes me back to my childhood. take down I wrote down everything he said. I took down everything he said. I took everything he said down. They lowered the flag at sunset. They took down the flag at sunset. They took the flag down at sunset. Mario dismantled his tent after breakfast. Mario took down his tent after breakfast. Mario took his tent down after breakfast. take for What kind of person do you think I am! What do you take me for! take in Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants made smaller. Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants taken in. He was a stranger and they let him stay in their home. He was a stranger and they took him in. She spoke so fast my mind couldn’t absorb what she was saying. She spoke so fast I couldn’t take in what she was saying. The old lady was deceived by the false advertising. The old lady got taken in by the false advertising. We spent the day looking at the sights of the city. We spent the day taking in the sights of the city. The widow did sewing for people in her home. The widow took in sewing. take off We removed our shoes before entering the mosque We took off our shoes before entering the mosque. We took our shoes off before entering the mosque. They reduced the price of the table by 20 percent. They took 20 percent off the price of the table. They took off 20 percent from the price of the table. She left without saying good-bye to anyone. She took off without saying good-bye to anyone. The sales of his book increased rapidly after his TV interview. The sales of his book took off after his TV interview. At exactly 2:15 the plane rose into the air. At exactly 2:15 the plane took off. Iâm going on vacation for a week in July. Iâm taking off a week from work in July. Iâm taking a week off from work in July. Less

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Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #15 Lesson 1 on 2-Part Verbs

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She put on her coat. She put her coat on. She put on her coat after she paid the bill. Don’t put me on. She didn’t feel like putting out a lot of effort. She placed the coat on her body. She put on her coat. She put her coat on. He added the numbers and got a total. He added up the numbers He added the numbers up. She raised four children all by herself. She brought up four children all by herself. She brought five children up all by herself. He started talking about the situation in the Middle East. He brought up the topic of the Middle East. They decided that it was raining too hard to play the game. They called off the game because of rain. They called the game off because of rain. They continued their work in spite of the difficulties. The carried on in spite of the difficulties. She just kept on talking about how terrible her family was. She carried on about her terrible family. Don’t be sad. Cheer up. They postponed the party until July. They put off the party until July. They put the party off until July. I really did not like her. She really put me off. I am quite dependable. You can rely on me. You can count on me. She cleaned the dust from the top of the table. She wiped off the table. She wiped the table off. Let’s review the budget for next year. Let’s go over the budget for next year. We spent too much money this year. We ran over the budget this year. They said they would not do what I requested. They turned down my request. They turned my request down. Less

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Learn English – Podcast: Podcast #38 Two-part verbs with TAKE

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For an explanation about two-part verbs, see www.esl-aloud.com take after Her behavior is like her mother’s. She takes after her mother. take apart The mechanic disassembled the motor. The mechanic took apart the motor. The mechanic took the motor apart take back I retract what I said about Mr. Foster. I take back what I said about Mr. Foster. Did you return the car to the dealer? Did you take back the car to the dealer? Did you take the car back to the dealer? That song makes me think of my childhood. That song takes me back to my childhood. take down I wrote down everything he said. I took down everything he said. I took everything he said down. They lowered the flag at sunset. They took down the flag at sunset. They took the flag down at sunset. Mario dismantled his tent after breakfast. Mario took down his tent after breakfast. Mario took his tent down after breakfast. take for What kind of person do you think I am! What do you take me for! take in Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants made smaller. Greg lost 20 pounds and had his pants taken in. He was a stranger and they let him stay in their home. He was a stranger and they took him in. She spoke so fast my mind couldn’t absorb what she was saying. She spoke so fast I couldn’t take in what she was saying. The old lady was deceived by the false advertising. The old lady got taken in by the false advertising. We spent the day looking at the sights of the city. We spent the day taking in the sights of the city. The widow did sewing for people in her home. The widow took in sewing. take off We removed our shoes before entering the mosque We took off our shoes before entering the mosque. We took our shoes off before entering the mosque. They reduced the price of the table by 20 percent. They took 20 percent off the price of the table. They took off 20 percent from the price of the table. She left without saying good-bye to anyone. She took off without saying good-bye to anyone. The sales of his book increased rapidly after his TV interview. The sales of his book took off after his TV interview. At exactly 2:15 the plane rose into the air. At exactly 2:15 the plane took off. Iâm going on vacation for a week in July. Iâm taking off a week from work in July. Iâm taking a week off from work in July. Less

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