Monday, 24 August 2020

Attitude Is Altitude Phrasal Verbs

Hi friends and my dear students! In this post, I have covered Personality Development Class - 10 English Phrasal Verbs And Idioms. I have taken from Attitude is Altitude and Every Success Story is Also a Story of Great Failures.
Attitude Is Altitude Phrasal Verbs
Attitude is Altitude Phrasal Verbs and Idioms

Attitude Is Altitude Phrasal Verbs

1. kick down (phr.v)

Meaning : strike forcibly with the foot

Usage : Imagine having no legs to kick pebbles down the street, to walk or run, to bicycle or skateboard, or get you from point A to point B. 


2. got into (phr.v)

Meaning : started doing or enjoying something

Usage : I also got really into football and skateboarding


3. run over (phr.v)

Meaning : hit someone or something with something (vehicle etc) 

Usage : They are not there to run us over", said Nick. 


4.freak out (phr.v)

Meaning : make someone upset/shock

Usage : She could only see my head so I decided to do a 360 in the car seat to freak her out. 


5.sped off (phr.v) 

Meaning : left quickly in a vehicle or on a bicycle

Usage : Her face was like woooooooah what is going on? She sped off really quickly.

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Every Success Story is Also A Story of Great Failures Phrasal Verbs

6. bounced back (phr.v) : 

Meaning : recovered quickly after a defeat or a failure / started to be successful again after a failure

Usage : The only difference is that every time they failed, they bounced back


7. set in (phr.v)   

Meaning    : begin / start

Usage        : Monsoon had set in and it was getting dark. 


8. look after (phr.v)

Meaning : take care of 

Usage : I hated God for doing this to me and was terrified of what would happen when my parents  weren't there to look after me

Idioms

1. the driving force

Meaning : a person or a thing that motivates or directs someone

Usage : A setback can act as a driving force and also teach us humility

2. turn blue

Meaning : becoming exhausted

Usage : The boy struggled to get out but Socrates was strong and kept him there until the boy started turning blue.

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