Burn Out: Conversation Lesson | English Phrasal Verb Podcast
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Burn Out - An inseparable phrasal verb In this lesson, we are going to continue talking about the phrasal verb 'burn out'. Learn how to use 'burn out' in a few examples to help you understand how it can be used to talk about a lightbulb that doesn't work or a fire that is not burning anymore. * The light bulb burned out after 2 years * We stopped putting wood on the campfire so that it would burn out. * The apartment fire was so intense that the firefighters had to wait for it to burn out. See the original lesson here with more examples. Watch the video lesson here. Get 20 free phrasal verb lessons here. Leave us a comment with your examples using the phrasal verb 'burn out' :)
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