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!Mira que luna! Look at that moon! Resources for learning English

!Mira que luna! Look at that moon! Resources for learning English
Fernando Olivera: El rapto.- TEXT FROM THE NOVEL The goldfinch by Donna Tartt (...) One night we were in San Antonio, and I was having a bit of a melt-down, wanting my own room, you know, my dog, my own bed, and Daddy lifted me up on the fairgrounds and told me to look at the moon. When "you feel homesick", he said, just look up. Because the moon is the same wherever you go". So after he died, and I had to go to Aunt Bess -I mean, even now, in the city, when I see a full moon, it's like he's telling me not to look back or feel sad about things, that home is wherever I am. She kissed me on the nose. Or where you are, puppy. The center of my earth is you". The goldfinch Donna Tartt 4441 English edition

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Phrasal verbs

Mark's Email Mistake: 1: Email fun?

Mark & Ali
"Hey Ali, did you check out that email I sent you – the one about stupid Peter, saying how stupid he is?"

Episode 1

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Check out - checked out - checked out

Meaning: If you check something out, you look at it or examine it to find out more about it.
Grammar: This phrasal verb needs an object. It is possible to put the object between the verb and particle. If the object is a pronoun, it must go between the verb and particle.
We're going to check out the new club
We're going to check the new club out
We're going to check it out
We're going to check out it - NOT CORRECT
Example sentence: There's a great movie on TV tonight – you must check it out!
Synonyms: inspect, investigate, explore, examine, look into

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