[Vocabulary] Found many mistakes in Phrasal Verbs

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Rachel66

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Hello Sir/Mam,Warm Greetings,
When I was going through the phrasal verbs,I found many mistakes over there.Which are
Phrasal Verb: Dip into


Meaning: Take money out of your savings
Example: I've
has to DIP INTO my savings account to pay for the works on my house

Phrasal Verb: Come round


Meaning: Change your opinion
Example:
Ate first she didn't like the idea, but she CAME ROUND to our way of thinking in the end.

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Its such a very helpful site and I don't want anybodyelse to get wrong meanings of any of the word...My intention is not to make any baseless issue but to clear the reason.
Thank You.
Regards,
Rachel.




 

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Welcome to Using English, Rachel.:-D

Which phrasal verb site are you referring to? It's not our own site here; we could edit that.

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...I found many mistakes over there...
Interestingly, I'd rather think 'many' is closer to 'numerous' than to 'two'. Well, to err is human, indeed.
 

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Its such a very helpful site and I don't want anybodyelse to get wrong meanings of any of the word...My intention is not to make any baseless issue but to clear the reason


Thank you very much, Rachel- such typos can be hard to spot so when someone lets us know, it's great.
 
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