2019年12月31日

Phrasal Verbs: Lesson 13

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Mia: I hate you! Let's break up!
Simon: No, Mia, please, let's make up! Please forgive me.

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Teacher: Katie I thought you promised not to lie again! You've let me down.
Katie: I'm sorry.

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Souma: Did you fall out with your father again?
Jenna: Yes! He said I always butt in his business. I'm not talking to him right now.

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break up: end a relationship
make up: become friends after a quarrel
let someone down: lower something, cause disappointment to somebody
fall out with: quarrel with someone
butt in: interrupt, interfere
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[Example Passsage]
Michelle and Ryan have been dating for 6 months. They often fall out with each other. I don't butt in their quarrels, but I honestly think they should break up. Ryan has let Michelle down many times before. Strange, how they keep making up after all the horrible things they say to each other.
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