The course is designed around different topics which are useful in your everyday life. This means you will read, listen to, speak and maybe even write about them.
Per topic I have chosen 10 useful phrasal verbs. There are many more for each topic, but you have to start somewhere. I have chosen the number 10 since you can learn about 8 new ‘words’ a day. If you are a higher level student, you might already know some of the phrasal verbs and therefore 10 is a good number to start with.
Don’t worry if you already know some of the phrasal verbs, there is still a difference between knowing them and actively using them in everyday life. So, even if you know some of them, it will still be good practice for you.
The course is not linear, this means you can start with any topic at any time and pick any exercise in any topic. You do not have to complete everything before moving to the next topic. I even recommend you leave some exercise for reviewing the vocabulary when you come back.
You can do every exercise as many times as you want or need. There is also a variety of exercises for people who rather do some more fun/game-like activities that feel less like learning or students who feel they need to do some hard work. The course caters to any kind of learner.
Do remember don’t let the course be the end of your phrasal verb journey. It would be a real shame to know all the vocabulary and not use it. So, try to use it outside the course, use it in maybe a different English course, or even better in your everyday life when speaking to others in English.
If you have any questions at any time, feel free to write them in the comments or contact me directly and send me a message.