Phrasal Verbs for Business English II

In my last post on this subject, I covered the useful workplace phrasal verbs “go on,” “carry out,” “set up,” and “point out.” These phrasal verbs were explained in both a video lesson and a comic strip. Today, we have a new video lesson and comic strip. The business English phrasal verbs we’ll look at today are “set out,” “walk out,” “take on,” and “take up.” Enjoy!


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2 Responses to Phrasal Verbs for Business English II

  1. amjad May 5, 2017 at 6:06 am #

    sir/madam i have to improve my communication skills for job purpose please help me.

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