Rob talks to Stephen about some phrasal verbs from the clip and then about ways of saying how much you like something.

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Intermediate: B1

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I know some of this pfrasal werbs, but for exampl  end up or put up, turn up somewhere I didnt now

He is a man of wit! 

hi im new here fresh i want someone to speake with him to improve mine  ok please
 

I like this website
It's very useful!

I would like to know difference between heading to, heading for and heading towards. Sometime people say I'm heading to home. Some say I'm heading towards home. Anyone knows difference between these phrases?  Thanks

Hello,
All three mean almost the same thing and you can use them in the same sentence without problems. The difference is in the focus. I would say that 'heading to' focusses more on the destination, whereas 'heading towards' is talking more about the direction of travel. 'Heading for' is slightly more old-fashioned and sounds almost poetic.
That's my impression, anyway. Someone else might hear the words a different way.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team
 

Can anyone help me out to interpret this sentence " Don't let Mum in yet,we're not ready and we don't want to spoil the surprise!"

Hello,
Which part of the sentence do you need help with? If it's the phrasal verb, you can find the definition in Task 1.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

"Don't let Mum in" what it means.

Hello Hashmi,
That is the phrasal verb which is explained in Task 1.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

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