Phrasal verbs or idioms?
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Don’t get me wrong I know Friday is supposed to be an idiom post but, since I noticed some of people asking me about Wednesday’s post, I think it’s about time to clear things out. You might wanna ask?
What was wrong with Wednesday’s post?
Well, there was nothing wrong with it, but that post was to be published today since it was an idiom post. I could not back it up since the notification email was sent to many of the subscribers and deleting the post and posting a new one definitely not seemed the right choice to me. So I came up with this idea that I would rather write a post covering not just phrasal verbs or idioms, but both.
I am sure you will love it as it has both so keep backing up and learning.
• About time – nearly time, high time.
• Clear things out – to explain or solve the misunderstanding or confusion.
• Back it up – reverse.
• Came up with – to suggest or think of an idea or plan.
• Back up – support.
• I think it’s about time I bought a new laptop.
• Ron needs to clear things out with his wife before his married life leads to divorce.
• You just can’t back things up when they reach to the extremities.
•Dwayne came up with this idea of holding a conference every Saturday for our company’s growth.
• My mother always backs me up with my dreams and ambitions.
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