Have you ever made up a story or made up with a friend after an argument? In this study guide, you can read about 13 different phrasal verbs with ‘make’. You will find a definition and a clear example for each one. Pay special attention to phrasal verbs in the list where the verb and particle can be separated, for example make out!
Watch this useful video and try to notice a couple of American meanings of make out that we have not included on our list:
To compensate for something.
The beautiful weather made up for the terrible bus ride to the beach.
Adverbs of frequency tell us how often we do things or how often things happen. They can either describe definite frequency (daily, every week, annually) or indefinite frequency (always, usually, never). For example: I go swimming every week vs. I never go swimming. Continue reading
Want to improve your business vocabulary? In this study guide, our experienced UK accountant and English teacher Kevin Simmons will walk you through the most useful terms and expressions. We’ve included a list of 45 terms with clear definitions and examples in context to help you feel confident with your business English. Let’s take a look! Continue reading