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English Phrasal Verb – Come true

Phrasal Verb come true Definition to become reality Examples My dream has finally come true: I’m going to live in America! “I remembered something you once told me and I’ll be damned if it did not come true” Gram Parsons, Return of a Grievous Angel Verb and preposition separated? Can’t be separated Normal or Informal Normal American / British / International […]

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English Phrasal Verb – Burn down

Phrasal Verb burn down Definition destroyed by fire Examples “This old house would have burnt down a long time ago” John Prine, Angel from Montgomery He threw a cigarette on the floor and caused the barn to burn down. Verb and preposition separated? Can be separated Normal or Informal Normal American / British / International International Regular / Irregular Burn is […]

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English Phrasal Verb – Break down

Phrasal Verb break down Definition to stop working (something mechanical) Examples “The years just flow by like a broken down dam” John Prine, Angel from Montgomery My car broken down and I had to push it to the garage. Verb and preposition separated? Can’t be separated Normal or Informal Normal American / British / International International Regular / Irregular Break is […]

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What is ____ like?

When we want someone to describe something or someone for us, we can ask the question “What is … like?“ What is the weather like? It’s hot and sunny. What’s your mother like? She’s patient and kind. What’s New York like? It’s big and exciting. What was the match like? It was boring.

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