You've never learned phrasal verbs like this before! In this video, you'll learn the ideas behind phrasal verbs with the word "down" in them. You'll learn "close down", "bring down", "shout down", and many more. Most importantly, I always want you to learn the hidden meanings of words so that you can understand them when you hear them out of context, in a way you haven't seen them before. I'll go over examples for how these phrasal verbs are used in conversation and we'll practice using them together on the whiteboard. Then test your understanding with the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/down-phrasal-verbs-in-english/
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Even i've always accepted it, "sit down" for me is a pleanasm because we can't sit Up ! In France we have an amusing phrase only sounding pleonasms about down and up '
Si tu veux monter des cendres, descends mon thé";
it plays with Monter/descendre and vice-versa ; the English translation, of course doesn't work well "If you want to bring up ashes, bring down my thea"
okay I think I got it. However, what about this sentence: ,,I am down with you." heard that quite often, always in relation to agreeing with sb. I can't associate this sentence with downward movment or decrease or stopping or ending. Can sb clear up? 🙄
Melina U. It is almost always positive, and in agreement with the original speaker. Another example: Man 1 says: "My father says that I must find someone to help me with learning English." Man 2 says: "I am down with you", which means "I will help you learn English."
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In my opinion starting with the preposition is far better, because it makes you think in English and you could come up with a phrasal verb that you haven't learned before, all by yourself! Starting with a verb and learning all the associated phrasal verbs is just dictionary-ordered memorization.