Phrasal Verb Bang Out - Build your English Vocabulary

phrasal verbs youtube May 19, 2021

The phrasal verb bang out is used to mean produce or make or do something. I'm going to show you that with lots of examples in this one-minute, one-point English lesson on YouTube. 

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