Today, I’d like to show you five different phrasal verbs with THINK. There is think back, think of, think up, think over, and think through. Learning phrasal verbs is essential for building up your vocabulary, understanding others, and sounding more natural!
Here are some of the example sentences. To get the rest and the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or get the transcript for the details.
Remember! The transcript package includes all of the Episodes, including this one.
- When I think back to all of these podcast episodes I’ve done, I realize that’s a lot of English lessons.
- Hearing that old song on the radio made me think back to my high school days.
- The longer you live overseas the more you think of your family and friends back home.
- Each week I think of new lessons to teach you here on the podcast.
- My mom is very creative in the kitchen and she’s always thinking of new recipes and new things to cook.
- Jack said that in the office, he just thought up a couple of new ways to get new customers.
- Quite often my students ask me questions and that helps me to think up new English lessons.
- Wait a second…wait a second. You just met this woman three months ago and you’re talking about getting married? I think you need to think that over.
- Over the weekend, I put in an offer to buy a new house and the owner said that they’re going to think it over.
- The boss said that he thought it through and he’s not going to make us work on the weekends anymore.
- Yesterday I read Tom’s Business plan. It really seems like he thought it through. I’m sure he’s going to be successful running that coffee shop.
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