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    #11

    Re: 12 most useful and common Phrasal Verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    That's a relief. I know that I say that sometimes, but I did not mention it because I thought it might be one more proof of my having passed my sell-by date - I still listen to the wireless.
    Aww. Did your Victrola break?
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    #12

    Re: 12 most useful and common Phrasal Verbs

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    Aww. Did your Victrola break?
    No. My needles went blunt.

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    #13

    Re: 12 most useful and common Phrasal Verbs

    Thanks Barb! "Get down" isn't in these 12 but it does feature on another film I made: "70 Gets" - you can see it here LEC - 70 Phrases with "Get" - YouTube
    - and it includes the boogie you're looking for! :)

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    #14

    Re: 12 most useful and common Phrasal Verbs

    Oh - I thought it was. Perhaps it was "get off"?
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    #15

    Re: 12 most useful and common Phrasal Verbs

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinEnglish View Post
    I hope this is ok to post - it's only intended to be of help and I'm not trying to sell anything!
    It is- nice video.

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