In this lesson, you’ll learn new phrasal verbs, idioms and English expressions using the verb WRAP! 🎁
These types of words can be difficult to learn because they are often idiomatic (which means that the literal meaning of the individual words is not the same as the meaning of the expression as a whole).
That’s why I like to focus on one main word (WRAP) and explore some commonly used expressions that use it!
To learn more about *phrasal verbs* watch this playlist:
To learn more about *idioms* watch this playlist:
Read the full transcript of this lesson on my blog here:
Phrasal verbs, idioms and expressions in this lesson:
– Wrap up
– Wrap around (or wrap round)
– Wrapped around (one’s) finger
– keep (something) under wraps
– That’s a wrap!
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