¡Hola a todos! En esta clase de inglés aprendemos unos “phrasal verbs” comunes y al final del video practicamos con una conversación en inglés. ¿Puedes entender todo?

Phrasal Verbs

  • I get on well with my colleagues.
  • Do you want to eat out tonight.
  • I grew up in the countryside.
  • Watch out! There are pick pockets in the area!
  • Can you slow down please?
  • I need to take out some money.


Isabel:  Hey Phillip I’m going out tonight, I’m meeting some colleagues in town, I’m eating out so don’t cook anything for me.

Phillip: What? You don’t want to eat out with me?

Isabel: No, it’s not that, it’s just that I’m meeting my colleagues, we are eating out in a restaurant in Cambridge. Is that ok?

Phillip: I though… well ok, but I thought you didn’t get on with your colleagues.

Isabel: Well yeah, after a while they are quite nice people, I get on well with them now.

Phillip: Do you get on well with them?

Isabel: Yes, but I’m sorry, because I’m… I have to go, I’m in a rush, I have to take out some money from the cash machine so I need to get my car and go quickly.

Phillip: Ok, but don’t drive fast, ok? You need to slow down on the roads, be careful.

Isabel: Yes don’t worry, I’ll be fine.

Phillip: And also, you need to watch out for pickpockets in the centre when you take out your money.

Isabel: Come on Phillip, you know, I grew up in the city. I know how to take care of myself.

Phillip: Ok, be careful, well enjoy your dinner.

Isabel: Thank you, what are you going to have for dinner? Fish and chips?

Phillip: I’ll…probably just have fish and chips…actually, I’m going to eat out as well with my friends.

Isabel: Oh come on! (laugh)

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