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Ep. 91 2000 Subscribers and How to Use Phrasal Verbs (Break Up and Break In)

Ep. 91 2000 Subscribers and How to Use Phrasal Verbs (Break Up and Break In)

We just hit 2000 subscribers on the YouTube channel!!!! Thank you so much!!!! Link to my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCakDTg9dhhAsr3WmHyJDa-g Link to Bob's Short English Lessons: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmW5tmKIBrryNf5n-_A6Fmw There are many ways to use "break up" in English, and I discuss quite a few. A couple may break up. You may have to break up a fight or an argument. Your cellphone reception might be breaking up because you are in between cell towers. I also briefly introduce the prefix "mis." We often use words like misinformation, misheard, and misremembered.  I hope this podcast helps. "Break in," for two simple words, it can have a lot of different meaning, and I cover just about every one of them. I also explain how break can be used as a noun, verb, and adjective. I explain what blisters are, and briefly explain how to use "break down" and "break open." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thisguy4/message

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