Phrasal Expressions – Lesson 5 (English)

Phrasal Expressions : Lesson 5
  -Read the following and test your understanding by taking the quiz below
To look out: to be careful pr cautious (also: to watch out). Both of these idioms can occur with the preposition ‘for’.
To shake hands: to exchange greetings by clasping hands.
To get back: to return.
To catch a cold: to become sick with a cold of the nose or throat.
To get over: to recover from an illness, to accept a loss or sorrow.
To make up one’s mind: to reach a decision, to decide finally.
To change one’s mind: to alter one’s decision or opinion.
For the time being: temporarily (also: for now).
For good: permanently, forever.
To call off: to cancel.
To put off: to postpone.
In a hurry: hurried, rushed (also: in a rush)
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