Phrasal verbs with over

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Vocabulary - phrasal verbs

LESSON OVERVIEW

In this lesson, your students will learn 10 phrasal verbs with ‘over’ and discover what kind of meanings ‘over’ connotates. This will help them learn other phrasal verbs in the future by giving them some logical patterns to look for.

B2 / Upper Intermediate
C1 / Advanced
30 minStandard LessonPrintable & Digital$6 Plan

MEANINGS

To discover the meaning of the phrasal verbs, students read sentences and have to match the phrasal verbs they include to their meanings. In phrasal verbs, ‘over’ can add a certain type of meaning and students’ task is to match phrasal verbs from the previous exercise to general meanings that ‘over’ brings to them.

PRACTICE

Students need to do a fill-in-the-gap task to use newly learnt phrasal verbs. Finally, the last task is a production stage activity where students need to use new phrasal verbs while discussing a series of questions.

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