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Take Over, Hold Up, Pull Out ✨Most Common Phrasal Verbs in English (37-39)

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▶️Playlist of the Most Common Phrasal Verbs in English

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0:00 Introduction
2:00 (#37) take over
3:18 (#38) hold up
5:54 (#39) pull out
8:11 Quiz 1: review the three verbs and their meanings
9:65 Quiz 2: review other phrasal verbs from this series
12:22 Review the 39 most common phrasal verbs

????Special thanks goes to Professor Dilin Liu for generously sharing his impressive and highly useful research on phrasal verbs in English.
I am basing the structure of this playlist on his publications.
????Liu, D. (2011), The most frequently used English phrasal verbs in American and British English: A multicorpus examination. TESOL Quarterly, 45, 661–688.
????Liu, D. and Myers, D. (2020). The most common phrasal verbs with their key meanings for spoken and academic written English: A corpus analysis. Language Teaching Research, 24(3), 403-424 (first published online in 2018).

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Short clips from the following movies and TV series were used for educational purposes. I do not own the rights to these works. I am simply using them to illustrate the target phrasal verbs.
Airplane! (1980)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Caddyshack (1980)
The Program (1993)
Pretty Little Liars - Turn of the Shoe [S04E02]
Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
Station 19 (2018) - S01E03 Contain the Flame
The Big Bang Theory - The Euclid Alternative [S02E05]
Perfect Strangers - Baby, You Can Drive My Car [S01E04]
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