An amusing anecdote showing how even Americans have trouble with phrasal verbs.
True Stories, Jokes, Anecdotes and News Items
Two blondes lock their car keys inside their car. Can they get them out?
Be careful! Not all voices come from above.
An atheist files a lawsuit about the constant celebrations given to Christians and Jews, while atheists had no holiday to celebrate. The judge’s decision surprised everybody!
A nossa intenção era ajudar os sem-tetos com comida, mas esse cidadão não era muito paciente!
An interesting story about a remarkable coincidence. Listen to the audio and then head over for some interactive exercises.
A pleasant outing in the country is almost ruined, because the travelers forgot one tiny little detail. Also in this post: Study the use of “manage” versus “could.” Do you know how to say “acostamento” in English? What about the phrasal verb “run out”? What does it mean?