Action

action         Do not use do and a- together. Do things, something, anything (NOT do an a-). ꭗ     I have a number of actions to do today. ü I have a number of things to do today. ꭗ     We should do a- to help him. ü We …

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Phrasal verbs with “take” (1)

Phrasal verbs take 1  take aback (surprise, shock): I was taken aback by her hostile reaction. take after (behave like, look like): Your daughter doesn’t take after you in any way. take along (take or carry with you): On long journeys my father sometimes take me along. You can taken …

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Good luck

Good luck  Best of l-! I hope things will work out all right. Break a leg! I hope everything will be all right. Fingers crossed! I hope things will turn out fine. I wish you l-! You are going to be surely amazing! May the force be with you accordingly. …

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Agree

agree  with someone (=have the same opinion) ꭗ     I a- you to a certain degree. ü I a- with you to a certain degree. a- with something (=think something acceptable) ꭗ     I a- what he says so far. ü I a- with what he says so far. a- to something …

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avoid

avoid   prevent from happening: We should a- trouble whenever we face. This kind of accident also could have been avoided. not go to or through: We had to a- Elm Street due to heavy traffic. He always leave early to a- the rush hour. keep away from: You should a- …

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