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Learn 3 Phrasal Verbs in English Using “Go”

Lindsay: This is an All Ears English Podcast, Episode 43: Teaching Tuesday, “Learn 3 Phrasal Verbs Using ‘Go’” and find out about a way to master phrasal verbs in a fun game.

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Gabby: Welcome to the All Ears English Podcast, where you’ll finally get real, native English conversation. Now here are your hosts, Lindsay McMahon, the ‘English Adventurer’ and Gabby Wallace, the ‘Language Angel,’ coming to you from Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Lindsay: Go, go, go! Learn three phrasal verbs using the verb “go” plus one more.

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Gabby:

Hey Lindsay. How’s it going?

Lindsay:

Hey Gabby. I’m doing all right and you?

Gabby:

Super.

Lindsay:

Excellent. So today we want to share with you guys three phrasal verbs that start with “go,” that use the verb “go” and one additional phrasal verb that we used in our Monday conversation.

Lindsay:

Yeah. So let’s start out with this one. “Go over.” Gabby:

Yeah. We (um), we said we’re gonna (going to) “go over” some different endings for emails. So what would you say “to go over some information” means?

Lindsay:

Yeah, I would say – another way to say that would be we’re gonna (going to) cover some kind of information.

Gabby:

Talk about.

Lindsay:

Talk about. Discuss. “Go through” even.

Gabby:

Yeah, yeah. So it’s a little bit more serious than just chat. It’s (like) you’re really going to (um) explain.

Lindsay:

Yeah, it’s like you have an agenda.

Gabby:

Okay. Cool. And another phrasal verb is “go through.” So same context. We’re going to “go through” some different email endings. So similar, right?

Lindsay:

Yeah, it’s really similar and I get the sense “go through” being a little bit more about explaining something, (like), a little bit with a bit more detail kind of.

Gabby:

Yeah. Yeah. (Um) they’re pretty similar, but “go through,”… it might be practicing (um) and of course there’s (there are) other uses too, but the way we we’re, we were talking about (um) “go through” and “go over” were just to discuss.

Lindsay:

Yeah. And today we’re “going through” three or four phrasal verbs, right?

Gabby:

Yeah. That’s what we’re doing.

Lindsay:

Okay.

Gabby:

Cool. (Um) one other phrasal verb with “go” is (uh) “go for.” Lindsay:

Yeah, “go for” it.

Gabby:

Yeah. (Um), I think we said “‘Go for’ the more formal ending when you’re not sure what to do, when in doubt.” So what would you say Lindsay?

What is “go for”? How could we describe the meaning?

Lindsay:

Yeah in this case, in this sentence that Gabby just read, it means more to choose something, to select.

Gabby:

Take action.

Lindsay:

Yeah. But it could also mean, we also use the term “go for” like you can do it. Do it! Go for it! Get it! Come on!

Gabby:

Yes. I think we had one other phrasal verb, what was that?

Lindsay:

(Uh), I’m not sure. What was that? Oh yeah. Okay “start off.” So how would we use that?

Gabby:

(Um) just to begin (like)…

Lindsay:

Yeah.

Gabby:

Oh, sorry, yes. How would we use it? So “start off” like “Let’s ‘start off’ with a quote.” Lindsay:

Yeah. Exactly.

Gabby:

Or “Let’s ‘start off’ with an appetizer.” Lindsay:

Perfect.

Gabby:

I’m getting hungry.

Lindsay:

Yeah, it’s kind of – in this case, the “off” doesn’t add much additional meaning does it?

Gabby:

No, it doesn’t add meaning, but just, its colloquial (like) that’s how we speak. We say “start off.” Lindsay:

Definitely. Instead of saying “start.” So these are – phrasal verbs are a fantastic way to really instantly sound more natural.

Gabby:

Way more natural, yeah. Definitely.

Lindsay:

Yeah.

Gabby:

Cool. So those are our four (uh) phrasal verbs. Let’s just take a minute to repeat them, so you can practice saying them. (Um), I’ll say the first two: “To go over.” “To go through.”

Lindsay:

“To go for.” “To start off.”

Gabby:

Awesome. So Lindsay, I know, (you know), a lot of students (um) have some challenges with phrasal verbs because there are so many and just remembering them and understanding what they mean, how to use them, and so on, (um) do you – I think you have something that can help them right?

Lindsay:

Yeah, (you know), I’ve been getting, (you know), complaints about phrasal verbs from students for a long time. Students wondering how they can finally master them, because they’re so natural and they’re so tough to memorize and what I found was on the market, all you can really find out there is just dictionaries. And I was (like) “what are we gonna (going to) do here?” So I decided to create an iPhone application; if you have an iPhone or an iPad, this app will actually work on your device. It’s called “Verb Dive” and the idea is to save “Danny the Verb Diver” from the sharks by choosing the right phrasal verb. It’s a lot of fun.

Gabby:

That’s so cool.

Lindsay:

(Um) fun music and just a fun, fast-paced game.

Gabby:

I know that games really increase your motivation to learn and your memory, so I think this is going to be really helpful for those of you who want to improve your phrasal verb skills.

Lindsay:

Absolutely. So if you want to download that game and give it a try, go to www.verbdive.com. That’s v-e-r-b-d-i-v-e.com and also if you could leave a rating and/or review on iTunes in the app store, I would really appreciate that. Thank you guys.

Gabby:

Very cool. Thank you so much Lindsay.

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Lindsay:

Okay. So we want to encourage you guys to sign up for our email list and if you do sign up for the email list, you’ll have a chance to get our e-book, “Ten Ways to Use a Podcast to Learn English.”

Gabby:

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Lindsay:

Yep and also there’s something really exciting coming up. People who are on the email list are gonna (going to) be able to get exclusive content. (Um), we’re not gonna (going to) say anything about it right now because it’s coming later, but get on that email list. You don’t want to miss it.

Gabby:

Yeah, it’s the only way that we’ll be able to send you exclusive content coming out that’s related to the podcast.

Lindsay:

Yeah. So we’re excited to have you guys as a part of our email community.

So come on over to www.allearsenglish.com and we will see you there.

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See you next time!

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