Daily English Phrasal Verb/Idiom of the Day – 10 January 2018

By | July 20, 2018

Phrasal Verb of the Day
Get on (1)
✔ Meaning:
▪ To step onto a bus, train, ship, etc.

✔ For example:
▪ Get on sth I watched my son help an old lady get on the bus, and felt proud of my boy.
▪ Get on sth The only way to get on the boat was to walk along a narrow plank that went over the water.



Idiom of the Day
Break your heart
✔ Meaning:
▪ If someone breaks your heart, they cause you a lot of emotional pain by ending a romantic relationship, or by deeply hurting you in some other way.

✔ For example:
▪ I loved Monty, and he broke my heart when he left me and went off with someone else.
▪ Sue says her heart has been broken too many times, and she won’t let herself fall in love again.



➡ Daily One #Common_mistakes with #Confused_words

Ashamed of, not from.
❌ Don’t say: He’s now ashamed from his conduct.
✔ Say: He’s now ashamed of his conduct.

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