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American English Lesson | Verbs for a Summer Travel Adventure

Posted by Lindsay McMahon on Thu, Jun 09, 2011 @ 09:12 AM

American English LessonIt's hot outside and you are probably thinking about your summer vacation! So in this American English lesson, you will have a chance to learn some new expressions and verbs that you can use when you travel in the United States this summer! Whether you are planning to fly across the country or to just take a short road trip for a weekend, you will be able to use these verbs when you communicate with the people that you meet on your way. When you travel in the US, it's a great idea to start conversations with local people as much as you can. If you are traveling to a different region in the US like the West or the South, you will hear different variations of American English- that's fantastic! Enjoy the variety and the challenge. So before you take your trip, watch this video and start practicing new verbs then take the quiz to check your understanding!


New Verbs for Summer Travel:


  • To get in
  • To stop off
  • To get away
  • To take off
  • To check in



Watch the Video:






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Get the English phrasal verb quiz book now!





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Topics: Video Lessons, Phrasal Verbs, English Lessons

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