Posts Tagged ‘phrasal verbs’

English phrasal verbs for sickness

English Phrasal Verbs for Sickness

English for your every day life, or everyday English is what I focus on teaching you each and every week right here at and on English Outside the Box! As you’ll notice this week, when you watch the video below, I am feeling a little under the weather. I am feeling a lit bit sick,…

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how to talk about moving in English

How to talk about Moving in English [naturally]!

I am excited to announce that we’ve officially moved out of our house, and have moved away from the desert! Today’s English lesson is being taught a little closer to my old stomping grounds, and much closer to the beach! We spent this last weekend packing up our house and loading up a moving truck! I…

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English expressions for sleep

3 New Ways to Say “I’m going to sleep” in English

Expanding your vocabulary, and learning how to say the same thing in different ways is incredibly important when working on your English fluency. This is not only important for sounding more natural, but will also help you understand more native speakers who use idioms and English expressions. Chances are you’ve already heard phrases like “to…

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use natural english

Using English Naturally: Bring Up

Sounding more natural in English, and using English more naturally is easier than you think when you have the right tools and resources. It shouldn’t be a surprise that in order to sound and use more natural English, you need to learn in a natural way. The most natural way to learn English is in…

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when a t sounds like a d

Everyday English LIVE Lesson: When a T sounds like a D

“Progress is impossible without change….” George Bernard Shaw Change is necessary for a lot of things, like progress and moving forward. It’s important for growth, and it’s always important if you’re wanting to see a different result. You may have noticed a change here on English Outside the Box. I have made some changes, and…

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