Learn phrasal verbs with songs!

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grow up
Selena Gomez, Kygo “It Ain’t Me”
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to mature, become an adult
get back together
Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
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to start having a relationship again after ending it
come on
Justin Timberlake “Can’t Stop The Feeling”
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let's go
screw over
Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”
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to deliberately put someone in an unfavorable situation
come up
Mike Posner “I Took a Pill in Ibiza”
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to occur or present itself (example the sun rises)
go out
Ed Sheeran “Shape of You”
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to go out on a date
fall for
Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
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to believe in a trick or joke; to be attracted by someone
keep on
Katy Perry “Chained to the Rhythm”
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to continue
step off
Mike Posner “I Took a Pill in Ibiza”
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to exit
stay out
Selena Gomez, Kygo “It Ain’t Me”
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to not go home
break up
Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
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to end a relationship; to break something into pieces
open up
Mike Posner “I Took a Pill in Ibiza”
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to share emotions
keep on
DNCE “Cake By the Ocean”
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to continue
walk someone through something
Selena Gomez, Kygo “It Ain’t Me”
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to help someone, to explain
creep up
Justin Timberlake “Can’t Stop The Feeling”
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to aproach a person you are interested in (romantically)
hide away
Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
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to go in a place where nobody can find you; to put smth where no one will find it
cut off
Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”
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to stop communication; make someone stop talking
start up
Ed Sheeran “Shape of You”
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to begin, especially sounds or conversation
call off
Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
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to decide something not to happen
wake up
Selena Gomez, Kygo “It Ain’t Me”
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to stop sleeping
fill up
Ed Sheeran “Shape of You”
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to fill something completely
turn up
Katy Perry “Chained to the Rhythm”
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to increase (example volume)
get along with
Mike Posner “I Took a Pill in Ibiza”
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to have a good relationship with someone
turn on
Justin Timberlake “Can’t Stop The Feeling”
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to start behaving in a way, to do something suddently, to produce sound
make out
Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”
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to create false information, to invent
come around
Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
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to visit someone; to change opinion

Why are phrasal verbs important?

Here are some reasons why we think you should start learning phrasal verbs:
  • 1. Phrasal verbs make the speech more interesting and native-like.
  • 2. It is very important to learn the phrasal verbs in English because they are often used by the natives and their meaning is hard to be deduced directly from the elements. It will also make it easier for you to understand the songs with phrasal verbs.
  • 3. Many of the phrasal verbs in English have more than one meaning, which means that if you don't learn all the meanings, you can misunderstand something that is said to you.
  • 4. Phrasal verbs are prevalent in informal language.
  • 5. If you don't know how to use the common phrasal verbs, your speech will also be hard to understand.
For all of these reasons, we created a special lesson with phrasal verbs examples from popular songs with phrasal verbs. We took only the most well known songs with phrasal verbs to make it easy for you to remember the new phrasal verbs you will learn and their meaning. Here are some examples of the songs with phrasal verbs we included: Taylor Swift "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together", Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”, Ed Sheeran “Shape of You” and many more.

Learn from songs with phrasal verbs

The phrasal verbs list that is presented in this lesson will be easy to learn and understand due to the fact that you've already heard these songs with phrasal verbs. Some of the most important phrasal verbs are included in this lesson: come on, start up, break up, grow up, etc. We've found them in popular songs with phrasal verbs. The lesson will present the phrasal verbs with meanings, to make sure you understand them and will know how to use them. In this lesson, you will learn the wake up meaning and turn up meaning, thanks to the songs with phrasal verbs. These common expressions will be useful if you want to speak like a real native. The examples of phrasal verbs taken from popular songs with phrasal verbs will introduce you to their structure and usage.

Learn more English vocabulary with VocApp!

To learn more common expressions from songs with phrasal verbs, we advise you to proceed to our Learn phrasal verbs and idioms with songs lesson! For advanced English vocabulary, take a look at our courses. For example, the Top 100 Phrasal Verbs course will teach you the most important phrasal verbs with example sentences and pronunciation. Learn English with VocApp for fast and easy results!

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