Phrasal Expressions – Lesson 2 (English)

Phrasal Expressions : Lesson 2
  -Read the following and test your understanding by taking the quiz below
To dress up: to wear formal clothes, to dress very nicely.
At last: finally, after a long time.
As usual: as is the general case, as is typical.
To find out: get information about, to determine. This idiom is seperable only when a pronoun is used.
To look at: give one’s attention to; to watch.
To look for: to try to find, to search for.
All right: acceptable, fine, yes, okay. This idiom can also be spelled ‘alright’ in informal usage.
All along: all the time, from the beginning (without change).
Little by little: gradually, slowly (also: step by step).
To tire out: to make very weary due to difficult conditions or hard effort (also: to wear out)
To spend time: to do an activity over a period of time.
Never mind: don’t be concerned about it; ignore what was just said.
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