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English with Jennifer - Phrasal Verbs, Give Up, Make Up, End Up ✨ Most Common Phrasal Verbs (16-18)

Give Up, Make Up, End Up ✨ Most Common Phrasal Verbs (16-18)

Hi everyone. I'm Jennifer from English with Jennifer.

The fact that you're watching this video tells me that you've been studying

English for some time. You worked hard to reach the intermediate or perhaps the advanced level.

It wasn't easy, was it? So, what I know about you is that you're not one who gives up easily.

You didn't quit before, so I doubt you'll quit now. We'll go on studying English together.

"Give up" means to quit. This phrasal verb can be intransitive. "Don't give up"

are words of encouragement. A good athlete never gives up halfway through a game or a match.

We can also talk about giving up on someone. This still means to quit, but it's in the

context of our interaction with a person. A teacher should never give up on a student.

A captain shouldn't give up on his or her teammates.

If you give up on someone, then you stop making the effort to guide them toward improvement.

Giving up on someone is about losing hope and losing faith in them.

What happens when someone gives up smoking? What do they do? They quit.

Note how we can use "give up" with an object. This phrasal verb can be transitive and separable:

Give up smoking. Give it up.

You don't just give up bad habits, though. A while ago, I took taekwondo classes with my children,

but when they lost interest and wanted to try other activities, I had to give up taekwondo, too.

"Give up" can simply mean to stop doing something or stop using something.

Are there things that you chose to give up or had to give up over the years?

Have you ever read aloud with me? I've shared some original stories and poems in my Oral

Reading Fluency series. Besides teaching, I enjoy creative writing. I like making up

stories. Students who've joined my live streams may also know I like creating stories on the spot.

How about you? Can you invent characters and use your imagination to create a world around them?

"Make up" means to create or invent. It could be bad, like making up lies.

But it could also be fun and good, like making up a game to play with your nieces and nephews.

"Make up" is transitive and separable: Make up a story. Make it up.

Can you guess these other meanings?

You need nine players to make up a baseball team, so you need eighteen to play.

Every time my sister looks at a menu, she needs at least ten minutes to make up her mind.

I plan to have a big birthday party this year to make up for the one I didn't have last year.

In sentence A, "make up" means "form or compose." Nine players form one whole team.

Sentence B uses the expression "make up one's mind," which means to decide. The meanings in

Sentence A and B are somewhat similar. It's about forming something, like forming a decision.

Sentence C uses "make" with two particles: make up for. When you make up for something,

you compensate for something lost or something not done.

Make up for lost time. Make up for past mistakes.

In a work setting, do you think a great personality makes up for weak skills?

Did you know that I had planned to teach English in Japan at one point?

Well, my plans changed, and I ended up staying in Russia longer than I expected to. Plenty of

unexpected things happen in life, and it's not a bad thing. Right? I started teaching

in the classroom, and I ended up building my career online.

"End up" means you reach a place, a state, or a situation,

and it wasn't planned. The outcome was unexpected. This phrasal verb doesn't

require an object, but you need to specify that place, that state, or that situation.

In the TV series A Discovery of Witches, the main character grows up trying to avoid magic,

but she ends up becoming one of the most powerful witches ever.

In Season 2, Diana Bishop's powers allow her to time travel. She ends up in 1590.

We see the chemistry between Diana and Matthew, a vampire, and it's no surprise

that they end up romantically involved. They end up husband and wife, though it's forbidden.

Has life ever taken you by surprise? What did you end up doing? Have things turned out well?

We've now covered the 18 most common phrasal verbs in English. Go back and review as necessary.

Take on my challenge and answer the three questions I asked in this lesson.

I don't think I need to point out how important it is to go beyond

studying the definitions. Practice using the phrasal verbs, and then you'll master them.

That's all for now. Please like and share the video if you found it interesting and useful.

As always, thanks for watching and happy studies! I'd like to say a special thank

you to a kind-hearted patron. Liz pledged two dollars a month for one year. Thank you, Liz!

Everyone, visit me on Patreon. You can join to support my online work,

get live lessons and bonus videos, and some of you may even want a monthly one-on-one video call.

Give Up, Make Up, End Up ✨ Most Common Phrasal Verbs (16-18) Aufgeben, sich versöhnen, aufhören ✨ Häufigste Phrasal Verbs (16-18) Rendirse, reconciliarse, acabar ✨ Los phrasal verbs más comunes (16-18) Abandonner, se réconcilier, finir ✨ Les verbes les plus courants (16-18) Rinunciare, fare pace, finire ✨ Verbi frasali più comuni (16-18) あきらめる、仲直りする、終わらせる✨ 最も一般的な句動詞 (16-18) 포기, 메이크업, 끝내기 ✨ 가장 일반적인 동사(16-18) Give Up, Make Up, End Up ✨ Najczęściej używane czasowniki frazowe (16-18) Desistir, fazer as pazes, acabar ✨ Verbos frasais mais comuns (16-18) Сдаваться, мириться, заканчивать ✨ Наиболее употребительные фразовые глаголы (16-18) Vazgeçmek, Telafi Etmek, Bitirmek ✨ En Sık Kullanılan Deyimsel Fiiller (16-18) Give Up, Make Up, End Up ✨ Найпоширеніші фразові дієслова (16-18) 放弃、弥补、结束 ✨ 最常见的短语动词 (16-18) 放弃、弥补、结束 ✨ 最常见的短语动词 (16-18)

Hi everyone. I'm Jennifer  from English with Jennifer.

The fact that you're watching this  video tells me that you've been studying

English for some time. You worked hard to reach  the intermediate or perhaps the advanced level. L'anglais depuis un certain temps. Vous avez travaillé dur pour atteindre le niveau intermédiaire ou peut-être le niveau avancé.

It wasn't easy, was it? So, what I know about  you is that you're not one who gives up easily. No fue fácil, ¿verdad? Lo que sé de ti es que no eres de los que se rinden fácilmente. Ce n'était pas facile, n'est-ce pas ? Ce que je sais de vous, c'est que vous n'êtes pas du genre à abandonner facilement.

You didn't quit before, so I doubt you'll quit  now. We'll go on studying English together. Ты не бросил раньше, так что вряд ли бросишь сейчас. Мы будем продолжать изучать английский вместе.

"Give up" means to quit. This phrasal  verb can be intransitive. "Don't give up" "Renoncer" signifie abandonner. Ce verbe peut être intransitif. "N'abandonnez pas "Сдаться" означает бросить. Этот фразовый глагол может быть интранзитивным. "Не сдаваться"

are words of encouragement. A good athlete never  gives up halfway through a game or a match. sont des mots d'encouragement. Un bon athlète n'abandonne jamais au milieu d'un match ou d'une partie.

We can also talk about giving up on someone.  This still means to quit, but it's in the

context of our interaction with a person. A  teacher should never give up on a student. контекст нашего взаимодействия с человеком. Учитель никогда не должен отказываться от ученика.

A captain shouldn't give  up on his or her teammates. Капитан не должен отказываться от своих товарищей по команде.

If you give up on someone, then you stop making  the effort to guide them toward improvement. Si vous abandonnez quelqu'un, vous cessez de faire l'effort de le guider vers l'amélioration. Если вы отказываетесь от кого-то, значит, вы перестаете прилагать усилия, чтобы направить его на путь совершенствования.

Giving up on someone is about losing  hope and losing faith in them. Abandonner quelqu'un, c'est perdre l'espoir et la foi en lui.

What happens when someone gives up  smoking? What do they do? They quit. Что происходит, когда человек бросает курить? Что они делают? Они бросают.

Note how we can use "give up" with an object.  This phrasal verb can be transitive and separable: Обратите внимание, как мы можем использовать "сдаться" с объектом. Этот фразовый глагол может быть переходным и отделяемым:

Give up smoking. Give it up. Бросайте курить. Бросайте.

You don't just give up bad habits, though. A while  ago, I took taekwondo classes with my children, Однако от вредных привычек просто так не отказываются. Некоторое время назад я ходила на занятия тхэквондо со своими детьми,

but when they lost interest and wanted to try  other activities, I had to give up taekwondo, too.

"Give up" can simply mean to stop doing  something or stop using something.

Are there things that you chose to give  up or had to give up over the years?

Have you ever read aloud with me? I've shared  some original stories and poems in my Oral

Reading Fluency series. Besides teaching,  I enjoy creative writing. I like making up Серия "Беглость чтения". Помимо преподавания, я люблю писать творческие работы. Мне нравится придумывать

stories. Students who've joined my live streams  may also know I like creating stories on the spot. истории. Студенты, которые участвовали в моих прямых трансляциях, могут также знать, что я люблю создавать истории на месте.

How about you? Can you invent characters and use  your imagination to create a world around them?

"Make up" means to create or invent.  It could be bad, like making up lies. "Inventar" significa crear o inventar. Puede ser malo, como inventar mentiras. "Придумывать" означает создавать или изобретать. Это может быть плохо, например, придумывать ложь.

But it could also be fun and good, like making  up a game to play with your nieces and nephews. Pero también puede ser divertido y bueno, como inventar un juego para jugar con tus sobrinos.

"Make up" is transitive and separable:  Make up a story. Make it up.

Can you guess these other meanings? ¿Puedes adivinar estos otros significados?

You need nine players to make up a baseball  team, so you need eighteen to play.

Every time my sister looks at a menu, she  needs at least ten minutes to make up her mind. Chaque fois que ma sœur regarde un menu, elle a besoin d'au moins dix minutes pour se décider.

I plan to have a big birthday party this year  to make up for the one I didn't have last year. Este año pienso celebrar una gran fiesta de cumpleaños para compensar la que no tuve el año pasado.

In sentence A, "make up" means "form or  compose." Nine players form one whole team. En la frase A, "formar" significa "formar o componer". Nueve jugadores forman un equipo completo.

Sentence B uses the expression "make up one's  mind," which means to decide. The meanings in

Sentence A and B are somewhat similar. It's  about forming something, like forming a decision.

Sentence C uses "make" with two particles:  make up for. When you make up for something, La phrase C utilise "make" avec deux particules : make up for. Quand on compense quelque chose,

you compensate for something  lost or something not done. vous compensez une perte ou un manquement.

Make up for lost time. Make up for past mistakes.

In a work setting, do you think a great  personality makes up for weak skills? En un entorno laboral, ¿cree que una gran personalidad compensa unas aptitudes débiles? Dans un environnement professionnel, pensez-vous qu'une grande personnalité compense des compétences insuffisantes ?

Did you know that I had planned to  teach English in Japan at one point? ¿Sabías que en algún momento planeé enseñar inglés en Japón? Знаете ли вы, что в свое время я планировал преподавать английский в Японии?

Well, my plans changed, and I ended up staying  in Russia longer than I expected to. Plenty of Bueno, mis planes cambiaron y acabé quedándome en Rusia más tiempo del que esperaba. Un montón de Но мои планы изменились, и в итоге я задержался в России дольше, чем рассчитывал. Много

unexpected things happen in life, and it's  not a bad thing. Right? I started teaching

in the classroom, and I ended  up building my career online. en el aula, y acabé construyendo mi carrera en línea.

"End up" means you reach a  place, a state, or a situation, "Закончить" означает достичь какого-то места, состояния или ситуации,

and it wasn't planned. The outcome was  unexpected. This phrasal verb doesn't y no estaba planeado. El resultado fue inesperado. Este phrasal verb no

require an object, but you need to specify  that place, that state, or that situation. требуется объект, но вам нужно указать это место, это состояние или эту ситуацию.

In the TV series A Discovery of Witches, the  main character grows up trying to avoid magic, En la serie de televisión A Discovery of Witches, la protagonista crece intentando evitar la magia, В сериале A Discovery of Witches главная героиня растет, стараясь избегать магии,

but she ends up becoming one of  the most powerful witches ever. mais elle finit par devenir l'une des plus puissantes sorcières de tous les temps. Но в итоге она становится одной из самых могущественных ведьм в истории.

In Season 2, Diana Bishop's powers allow  her to time travel. She ends up in 1590. En la segunda temporada, los poderes de Diana Bishop le permiten viajar en el tiempo. Acaba en 1590. Во втором сезоне способности Дианы Бишоп позволяют ей путешествовать во времени. Она попадает в 1590 год.

We see the chemistry between Diana and  Matthew, a vampire, and it's no surprise Vemos la química entre Diana y Matthew, un vampiro, y no es ninguna sorpresa

that they end up romantically involved. They  end up husband and wife, though it's forbidden. que terminan involucrados románticamente. Acaban siendo marido y mujer, aunque está prohibido. что в итоге у них завязываются романтические отношения. В итоге они становятся мужем и женой, хотя это запрещено.

Has life ever taken you by surprise? What did  you end up doing? Have things turned out well? ¿Te ha pillado alguna vez la vida por sorpresa? ¿Qué has acabado haciendo? ¿Han salido bien las cosas? La vie vous a-t-elle déjà pris par surprise ? Qu'avez-vous fini par faire ? Les choses se sont-elles bien passées ?

We've now covered the 18 most common phrasal  verbs in English. Go back and review as necessary. Мы рассмотрели 18 самых распространенных фразовых глаголов в английском языке. При необходимости вернитесь к ним и просмотрите.

Take on my challenge and answer the  three questions I asked in this lesson.

I don't think I need to point out  how important it is to go beyond

studying the definitions. Practice using the  phrasal verbs, and then you'll master them. изучите определения. Практикуйтесь в использовании фразовых глаголов, и тогда вы овладеете ими.

That's all for now. Please like and share the  video if you found it interesting and useful.

As always, thanks for watching and happy  studies! I'd like to say a special thank

you to a kind-hearted patron. Liz pledged two  dollars a month for one year. Thank you, Liz!

Everyone, visit me on Patreon. You  can join to support my online work,

get live lessons and bonus videos, and some of  you may even want a monthly one-on-one video call.