To become fluent in English, you must master phrasal verbs.
Here is a quick list of some common phrasal verbs you must know:
Take apart: To separate or disconnect the parts of an idea or object.
Or simply put: To disassemble something.
Objects like cellphones, toys, beds, tables, chairs, etc.
Ideas such as a blog, news article, someone's opinion on something, political view etc.
Eat up: To feel bad because of something
If something is eating you up, that means something is really bothering you.
If your friend just finished school or work and they seem upset, you can say
Which is the same as asking:
"What's wrong?" or "What's bothering you?"
Deal with : To find a solution to a problem.
That solution could be related to customers, people who you disagree with, problems at work, school etc.
If you deal with something, you are helping to make the situation better, you are trying to find a solution.
Back down: to withdraw, to stop
If you back down from a situation it means you are stopping, and withdrawing from the situation.
If you were arguing with James and it was clear that you were wrong in the discussion, you could back down.
Meaning, you would stop arguing with him, you would withdraw because you were wrong.
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