185 - 5 phrasal verbs with BREAK


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Today you’re going to learn the difference between break in, break out, break down, break up, and break through. Some of these phrasal verbs have multiple meanings.

Lesson text: https://www.espressoenglish.net/5-phrasal-verbs-with-break/

It can be very hard to remember the meanings of phrasal verbs if you just study lists and definitions. That's why in my lessons, I always try to give you real examples of the phrasal verbs used in sentences!

In my Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course, you can learn more than 500 phrasal verbs in the context of dialogues. It's a fun and natural way to learn these essential elements of the English language.

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