Feb 242015
 

Do you ever meet up with your friends at the shopping centre? In English meet up with is an example of a multi-word verb. They often have a similar meaning to other verbs that come from Latin or that we have borrowed from other languages. For example, meet up with is sometimes expressed with the French word rendezvous.
Using multi-word verbs can make your English sound much more natural.

 

 

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