“I definitely lost my fear of making mistakes with phrasal verbs.” ~ Marisa, from Spain
Are you frustrated with phrasal verbs?
Are you confused by the differences between take up, take in, take out, take off, take away, take over, and take back?
Phrasal verbs can make it difficult to understand spoken English…
even if you’ve studied the language for a long time.
Many students learn English from textbooks, but when they visit an English-speaking country or talk with a native speaker, their understanding is limited – because the textbook didn’t focus on the phrasal verbs that are SO common in everyday spoken English.
If you want to be fluent in English, you NEED to know phrasal verbs and how they are used in everyday situations and conversations.
This course will teach you 500 phrasal verbs.
… but it’s NOT just memorizing lists.
That’s not very effective – and it’s boring too!
Instead, you’ll learn the phrasal verbs in context through stories and conversations, as well as practice exercises to help you use the phrasal verbs in YOUR English immediately.
Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Lesson List
Listen to a conversation between Emily and Sarah about their love lives, and learn 16 phrasal verbs about romantic relationships.
Lesson 2 – Phrasal Verbs for Emotions
Jane has a terrible day at work, and Matt gives her some advice for handling difficult co-workers. You’ll learn 17 phrasal verbs about emotions from their conversation.
Lesson 3 – Phrasal Verbs for Social Situations
Erin and Rachel chat about a party that Rachel didn’t go to – using 19 phrasal verbs for social situations.
Lesson 4 – Phrasal Verbs Around the House
Mary asks Joanna if she can stay at her house, but there are a few problems with her arrival. Here are 19 more phrasal verbs for actions around the house.
Lesson 5 – Phrasal Verbs for Health & Sports
Christine invites Pamela to join her at the gym, but Pamela is sick. They discuss health and fitness habits using 17 new phrasal verbs.
Lesson 6 – Phrasal Verbs for School & Studying
Carla and Shirley talk about essays, tests, and a difficult college course – with 22 phrasal verbs.
Lesson 7 – Phrasal Verbs for Driving
Cathy tells Laura about a terrible road trip she took with her husband, in which everything that could go wrong, does go wrong. You’ll learn 20 phrasal verbs from this story.
Lesson 8 – Phrasal Verbs about Money
Diane and Amy chat about financial matters, using 20 phrasal verbs about money. If you don’t know what “chip in,” “splurge on,” and “cough up” mean, take a look at this lesson!
Lesson 9 – Phrasal Verbs at Work
Wendy and Martha need to find an emergency replacement for one of their colleagues – but everyone is overworked. Learn how they resolve this problem with 20 new phrasal verbs.
Lesson 10 – Phrasal Verbs for Computers
Julia helps her mother with a few computer problems, using 16 phrasal verbs in the process.
Lesson 11 – Phrasal Verbs for Travel
Pamela arrives in New York and explores the city while she stays with her friend Heather. You’ll learn 14 new phrasal verbs from their conversation.
Lesson 12 – Phrasal Verbs for Communication
Vanessa tells Leslie about an embarrassing situation, using phrasal verbs like “harp on,” “rant about,” “tune out,” and 17 more.
Lesson 13 – Phrasal Verbs for Time & Change (Part 1)
Miriam tells Jenni about a change in plans and gives her some advice in dealing with her kids – using 19 phrasal verbs related to time and change.
Lesson 14 – Phrasal Verbs for Time & Change (Part 2)
Natalie tells Tina about a roller-coaster year in the life of her company, using 15 more phrasal verbs about time and change.
Lesson 15 – Phrasal Verbs for Persuading & Deciding
Carrie and Michelle chat about the difficult decisions that need to be made when remodeling a house. You’ll learn 18 new phrasal verbs from their conversation.
Lesson 16 – Phrasal Verbs About the Weather
Ashley calls Beth during a storm and they chat about the terrible weather, using 15 phrasal verbs.
Lesson 17 – Phrasal Verbs in the News
Erica and Jasmine talk about recent news, the violence in the city, and the upcoming elections, using 20 phrasal verbs.
Lesson 18 – Phrasal Verbs for Movement
Martha tells Helen how she injured her back, and Helen describes an interesting trip to the zoo – with 14 phrasal verbs involving movement.
Lesson 19 – Phrasal Verbs for Information
Samantha and Kate discuss a really confusing report, trying to figure out the inaccuracies in the data and using 16 phrasal verbs related to information.
Lesson 20 – Phrasal Verbs for Events
Gina talks about a disappointing movie, and Liz describes a successful music festival. You’ll learn 15 phrasal verbs related to events from their conversation.
Lesson 21 – Phrasal Verbs for Manners/Etiquette
Karen and Susan exchange stories about coworkers who are rude to others in the office, and the reasons for their bad behavior. Listen in and learn 17 new phrasal verbs.
Lesson 22 – Phrasal Verbs for Destruction & Repair
Carmen and Tara talk about fighting the city’s plans to demolish the last remaining historical building in their town, using 14 phrasal verbs related to destruction and repair.
Lesson 23 – Phrasal Verbs with AWAY
For the last week of the course, you’re going to learn extra phrasal verbs that didn’t quite fit into the other categories. I’ve grouped them by preposition, so in this lesson you’ll learn 10 phrasal verbs with AWAY.
Lesson 24 – Phrasal Verbs with DOWN
For the last week of the course, you’re going to learn extra phrasal verbs that didn’t quite fit into the other categories. I’ve grouped them by preposition, so in this lesson you’ll learn 10 phrasal verbs with DOWN.
Lesson 25 – Phrasal Verbs with ON and IN
For the last week of the course, you’re going to learn extra phrasal verbs that didn’t quite fit into the other categories. I’ve grouped them by preposition, so in this lesson you’ll learn 10 phrasal verbs with ON and IN.
Lesson 26 – Phrasal Verbs with OUT
For the last week of the course, you’re going to learn extra phrasal verbs that didn’t quite fit into the other categories. I’ve grouped them by preposition, so in this lesson you’ll learn 10 phrasal verbs with OUT.
Lesson 27 – Phrasal Verbs with OFF
For the last week of the course, you’re going to learn extra phrasal verbs that didn’t quite fit into the other categories. I’ve grouped them by preposition, so in this lesson you’ll learn 10 phrasal verbs with OFF.
Lesson 28 – Phrasal Verbs with UP
For the last week of the course, you’re going to learn extra phrasal verbs that didn’t quite fit into the other categories. I’ve grouped them by preposition, so in this lesson you’ll learn 10 phrasal verbs with UP.
Lesson 29 – Confusing Pairs of Phrasal Verbs
In this lesson, we’re going to review the differences between some commonly confused phrasal verbs. For example, you learned in a past lesson that both find out and figure out mean to discover information… but you “find out” information from another source, and you “figure out” something by using your own thought and logic.
Lesson 30 – Phrasal Verbs as Nouns
During this course, you’ve seen a few phrasal verbs that have both a noun and a verb form. One example is “work out” meaning “to do exercise.” The noun form, “workout” means one session of exercise. Here are 16 more phrasal verbs that are commonly used as nouns.
How will this course help me?
It teaches you phrasal verbs in the most natural way – through everyday conversations. Seeing and hearing the phrasal verbs in context helps you remember them much better. This is how native speakers learn phrasal verbs.
Each lesson begins with a short conversation about the lesson topic, and many phrasal verbs are used in the dialogue. Then, a video explanation teaches you what each phrasal verb means, giving you more details about each expression.
Finally, you can practice using the new phrasal verbs immediately in quizzes and writing exercises. This is one of the most important steps, because it helps you not only “know” the phrasal verbs, but actively USE them in your English – improving your vocabulary and helping you speak English more like a native speaker (since we use phrasal verbs very frequently).
What will I get in the course?
When you register, you get instant access to:
– 24 video presentations of the material
– 30 audio MP3s
– Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course e-book (PDF format, 228 pages) including lesson text and phrasal verbs quizzes & exercises
You can take the lessons online or download them to your computer.
How much time is needed?
Each lesson takes about 10 minutes to complete. There is NO TIME LIMIT for the course. It has 30 lessons, so you can do one lesson per day for 30 days. However, if you need more time, you can study at your own pace!
What level of English is necessary?
This course is good for intermediate to advanced students. Intermediate students can understand it easily, but advanced students will also find it useful because many of the phrasal verbs will be new to you.
Can I see a sample lesson?
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Student Story: Marisa
“My story with the English language started three years ago. I always had read the tips Shayna sent me by e-mail and I eventually decided to do the Phrasal Verb course.
I definitely lost my fear of making mistakes with phrasal verbs, because the dialogues of every lesson are incredibly interesting and clear.
You can imagine all the situations because they are part of our everyday life, and in this way they are easy to learn and use in my sentences.
One of the best exercises for me was sending my homework to Shayna and receiving her corrections. I was looking forward to her tips and suggestions in order to improve my writing.
I highly recommend this course to all students – especially to those who feel scared to death of phrasal verbs and want to become friends forever with phrasal verbs.”
– Marisa, Spain
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