Episodes
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Catch Up'. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/catch-up-english-phrasal-verb/. This means to exchange information to stay current with recent events. We have the examples that are going to help you understand it perfectly! Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 08/21/17
Published 07/21/17
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Fish For'. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/fish-for-english-phrasal-verb/. This unique English phrasal verb means to ask or look for information. We have the examples that are going to help you understand it perfectly! Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 06/21/17
Go After - Inseparable Phrasal Verb Go after can be used in a couple of different ways. In this lesson, we explain how to use it when you are talking about a sequence of events or to 'be next'. Examples using sequence: * In the English alphabet, the letter 'B' comes after the letter 'A'. Examples using it as 'to follow' or 'to be next': * In this lineup of people, I will go after the person in front of me. * Curtis is going to jump in the pool first, then I will go after...
Published 06/07/17
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Go After'. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/go-after-phrasal-verb/. This interesting English phrasal verb means to be next or follow in a certain situation . We have the examples that are going to help you understand it perfectly! Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 05/21/17
Break Off - Separable Phrasal Verb Break off has a few different meanings. In this lesson phrasal verb break off, we are going to focus on how it means 'to end a relationship'. You will hear it being used to describe a romantic relationship and also a business relationship.   Romantic relationship example: * Steve and Amanda had to break their relationship off (separable) * Steve and Amanda had to break off their relationship (used inseparably)   Business relationship...
Published 05/07/17
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Break Off'. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/break-off-phrasal-verb/. This phrasal verb has 2 definitions and this meaning is when we talk about ending a relationship. We have the examples that are going to help understand it perfectly! Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 04/21/17
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...
Published 04/07/17
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Burn Out'. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://www.realenglishconversation/burn-out-english-phrasal-verb/. This English phrasal verb has 2 meanings and in this lesson it means a light has stopped working after a period of time. We have the examples that are going to help understand it perfectly! Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 03/19/17
In this lesson, we are going to continue talking about the phrasal verb take down. Hear us use 'take down' in a few different ways that are natural and unscripted. Hear how native speakers use this in real life to build your confidence of hearing it in different situations. See the other phrasal verb lessons that are available here Don't forget to join our email list and receive 20 free phrasal verb lessons at this link. Watch the video lesson version of the phrasal verb 'take...
Published 03/05/17
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Take Down'. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/take-down-1-english-phrasal-verb/. The meaning of it is to write something as a reminder for future reference. We have the examples that are going to help you when you are practice using it. Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 02/19/17
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Clam Up'. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/clam-up-english-phrasal-verb/. The meaning is to either refuse or stop talking. We have the examples that are going to help you to use it perfectly! Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 02/05/17
Published 01/22/17
  In this English podcast conversation, we are going to tell you about our experiences visiting Colombia during their world-famous Carnival. We discuss the difference it can make when you know someone who is from the region you are visiting and how you can really have the opportunity to discover the culture on another level.   Looking for more activities and English conversation lessons?  Check this page to see which English Podcast lessons are available with a free PDF...
Published 01/15/17
Published 12/25/16
Published 11/27/16
Learn how to use the 'Go Over'. Read the examples on our website here: https://realenglishconversations.com/lesson-184-go-over-phrasal-verbs/. This meaning is a bit difficult to explain, but it means 'how something is perceived or received'. We have the examples that are going to help understand it perfectly! Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 10/23/16
Published 09/18/16
Published 08/21/16
Published 07/24/16
Learn the English phrasal verb 'Chicken Out' Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/phrasal-verb-chicken-out-english-phrasal-verb-course/ this phrasal verb is used to describe the moment when you become scared to do something at the very last minute and you change your mind. Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 06/26/16
Published 05/29/16
Learn how to use the English phrasal verb 'Cut Out' Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/cut-out-english-phrasal-verb-course-2/ This phrasal verb has 3 meanings and in this lesson, we explain that 'Cut Out' means when the sound or electricity stops working suddenly. Have a look at our examples to show you how to use it correctly. Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb lessons at this link: https://realenglishconversations.com/pvpodcast
Published 05/01/16
Learn the English phrasal verb 'Get Over' which actually has 2 meanings. Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/get-over-2-english-phrasal-verb-course/ This is how to use it when you have had to stop loving someone that you have been in a relationship with that has ended. The examples we have created for you are here so you can get a better understanding of how English speakers would use it correctly. Podcast listeners can get more free phrasal verb...
Published 03/06/16
Learn how to use the English Phrasal Verb 'Take Back' Read the examples from this podcast here: https://realenglishconversations.com/take-back-2phrasal-verb-course/ Today we are going to have some fun talking about the phrasal verb take back. We can use take back in many different ways and in this lesson, we will show you how native speakers use it when they want to return something or to have possession of something again. Here are a couple of examples that are going to help you...
Published 01/24/16