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Jesse Sweed - Learn UP Phrasal Verbs

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WE CAN ALL USE A FRESH PERSPECTIVE. This is what I’m offering you. The three first words of this bio are the three keys to success when you’re studying to be fluent in another language. There’s one more key factor that umbrella’s over all of these three… ACCOUNTABILITY.
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Jesse Sweed - Learn UP Phrasal Verbs

Jesse Sweed - Learn UP Phrasal Verbs

 

 

We’re getting ready to take off; would you like to come? Join me as we explore phrasal verbs on a deeper level. Learn how to ‘Use UP Phrasal Verbs More Fluently’ and make these expressions yours.

In this course, I’ve gathered up some of the most commonly used phrasal verbs – the preposition ‘up’, and I present them in a way that’s easy to remember and learn. I teach these phrasal verbs through real life examples, well-known film and song lines, and provide context to connect the language to. Learn the different meanings and ways we use real life English.

You will also get a 34-page PDF e-book where you can see the meanings and examples, as well as spaces for you to practice your own original sentences.There are spaces for you to take additional notes from the video lessons. There are two options of the e-book for you to choose.

Option 1 – Contains pictures to help the more visual learner.

Option 2 – Contains no pictures if you want to save some printer ink.

Course includes:

    2 hours of presentation-style lectures
    Dozens of phrasal verbs in different contexts
    Over 100 expressions and examples
    Full-color 34-page PDF e-workbook
    Interactive model – error correction
    Comprehensive Quizzes
    Much more!

This course is as interactive and you want it to be. I invite you throughout the course to contact me if you have any questions and to share your examples so you can get feedback on your work. Contact info is in my bio and in the e-book.

How does that sound?
Your Instructor
Jesse Sweed

Motivation. Self-belief. Consistency. Jesse Sweed started teaching English in South Korea in 2006. He then traveled to Spain, and now he teaches English online to students all over the world. As the founder of Sweed Academy, he uses that experience to create the most practical and useful courses and English lessons possible that will be useful for teachers and learners of English.

Hey there, English speakers. I’m Jesse. As it says above, I’ve been an TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) teacher since 2006. I’ve learned a lot in that time, and I want to share my experiences – you to help you in the classroom whether you’re a teacher or a student.

WE CAN ALL USE A FRESH PERSPECTIVE. This is what I’m offering you. The three first words of this bio are the three keys to success when you’re studying to be fluent in another language. There’s one more key factor that umbrella’s over all of these three… ACCOUNTABILITY.

I’ve helped students -:

passing exams, improving conversation skills, preparing for job interviews, public speaking, grammar, writing, or just general English improvement

If you have any ideas for future courses, let me know. I’m always open to suggestions. I want to help you get to the next level.

Is this year gonna be like last?

Get immediately download Jesse Sweed - Learn UP Phrasal Verbs

Course Curriculum

Introduction
  • Preview

    Welcome (2:06)

  • Preview

    How to Use This Course (2:39)

  • Use the E-book (4:23)

 

‘UP’ Phrasal Verbs
  • Act up (2:24)

  • Back up (5:51)

  • Beat up (2:48)

  • Break up (5:20)

  • Bring up (4:54)

  • Brush up on (1:48)

  • Review Quiz 1

  • Catch up (6:40)

  • C… Keep up (4:27)

  • Come up – (3:02)

  • Dress up (3:14)

  • Preview

    End up (2:37)

  • Review Quiz 2

  • Give up (5:13)

  • Make up (6:26)

  • Pick up (7:19)

  • Rip up/ Tear up/ Cut up/ Chop up (3:05)

  • Show up (2:25)

  • Review Quiz 3

  • Sign up (3:23)

  • Stand up to/for (3:22)

  • Throw up (1:42)

  • Wrap up (2:17)

  • Write up (2:14)

  • XYZ up (Same… but different) (5:57)

  • Review Quiz 4

‘UP’ Expressions and Idioms
  • Intro to Expressions (1:04)

  • You crack me up (1:18)

  • I was choked up (1:49)

  • Up to something (1:52)

  • Go up to somebody (2:01)

  • I’m up to my neck/eyeballs/here – work. (2:05)

  • Things are looking up (1:24)

  • It’s up to you (1:51)

  • Up-to-date (1:39)

  • Expressions Review Quiz

Jesse Sweed - Learn UP Phrasal Verbs

Jesse Sweed - Learn UP Phrasal Verbs

 

 

We’re getting ready to take off; would you like to come? Join me as we explore phrasal verbs on a deeper level. Learn how to ‘Use UP Phrasal Verbs More Fluently’ and make these expressions yours.

In this course, I’ve gathered up some of the most commonly used phrasal verbs – the preposition ‘up’, and I present them in a way that’s easy to remember and learn. I teach these phrasal verbs through real life examples, well-known film and song lines, and provide context to connect the language to. Learn the different meanings and ways we use real life English.

You will also get a 34-page PDF e-book where you can see the meanings and examples, as well as spaces for you to practice your own original sentences.There are spaces for you to take additional notes from the video lessons. There are two options of the e-book for you to choose.

Option 1 – Contains pictures to help the more visual learner.

Option 2 – Contains no pictures if you want to save some printer ink.

Course includes:

    2 hours of presentation-style lectures
    Dozens of phrasal verbs in different contexts
    Over 100 expressions and examples
    Full-color 34-page PDF e-workbook
    Interactive model – error correction
    Comprehensive Quizzes
    Much more!

This course is as interactive and you want it to be. I invite you throughout the course to contact me if you have any questions and to share your examples so you can get feedback on your work. Contact info is in my bio and in the e-book.

How does that sound?
Your Instructor
Jesse Sweed

Motivation. Self-belief. Consistency. Jesse Sweed started teaching English in South Korea in 2006. He then traveled to Spain, and now he teaches English online to students all over the world. As the founder of Sweed Academy, he uses that experience to create the most practical and useful courses and English lessons possible that will be useful for teachers and learners of English.

Hey there, English speakers. I’m Jesse. As it says above, I’ve been an TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) teacher since 2006. I’ve learned a lot in that time, and I want to share my experiences – you to help you in the classroom whether you’re a teacher or a student.

WE CAN ALL USE A FRESH PERSPECTIVE. This is what I’m offering you. The three first words of this bio are the three keys to success when you’re studying to be fluent in another language. There’s one more key factor that umbrella’s over all of these three… ACCOUNTABILITY.

I’ve helped students -:

passing exams, improving conversation skills, preparing for job interviews, public speaking, grammar, writing, or just general English improvement

If you have any ideas for future courses, let me know. I’m always open to suggestions. I want to help you get to the next level.

Is this year gonna be like last?

Get immediately download Jesse Sweed - Learn UP Phrasal Verbs

Course Curriculum

Introduction
  • Preview

    Welcome (2:06)

  • Preview

    How to Use This Course (2:39)

  • Use the E-book (4:23)

 

‘UP’ Phrasal Verbs
  • Act up (2:24)

  • Back up (5:51)

  • Beat up (2:48)

  • Break up (5:20)

  • Bring up (4:54)

  • Brush up on (1:48)

  • Review Quiz 1

  • Catch up (6:40)

  • C… Keep up (4:27)

  • Come up – (3:02)

  • Dress up (3:14)

  • Preview

    End up (2:37)

  • Review Quiz 2

  • Give up (5:13)

  • Make up (6:26)

  • Pick up (7:19)

  • Rip up/ Tear up/ Cut up/ Chop up (3:05)

  • Show up (2:25)

  • Review Quiz 3

  • Sign up (3:23)

  • Stand up to/for (3:22)

  • Throw up (1:42)

  • Wrap up (2:17)

  • Write up (2:14)

  • XYZ up (Same… but different) (5:57)

  • Review Quiz 4

‘UP’ Expressions and Idioms
  • Intro to Expressions (1:04)

  • You crack me up (1:18)

  • I was choked up (1:49)

  • Up to something (1:52)

  • Go up to somebody (2:01)

  • I’m up to my neck/eyeballs/here – work. (2:05)

  • Things are looking up (1:24)

  • It’s up to you (1:51)

  • Up-to-date (1:39)

  • Expressions Review Quiz