Talking about Parties in English: 3 Phrasal Verbs You Need to Know (Lots of Examples)

Get your fluency book here: https:// (it’s FREE to download!) Here are the phrasal verbs from this lesson: 1: SHOW UP This means to come or to appear. Examples: – What if no one shows up? – Paul didn’t show up to Spanish class today – Do you think he’ll show up to the meeting? – How many people showed up to the party? 2: DRESS UP This means to wear something formal or smarter than your normal clothes. Wearing a shirt to a birthday party, for example. – do we need to dress up? – everybody’s dressing up, I’m dressing down Dress down is the opposite of dress up. Companies usually have dress-down Fridays. 3: TAG ALONG This means to go to a party or event with someone even though you haven’t been invited. – Can I tag along with you? – If you don’t mind, I’m just

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