Jul 232014
 

Hold on to your hats! Excitement is on the way. In this English lesson, we’ll go over some uses of “hold + prepositions” so you know when to grab something, or just wait (like on the phone). Do you know when to ‘hold on’, and when to ‘hold back’? What do you do in a ‘hold up’? You’ll learn these phrases and many others.

10 HOLD Phrasal Verbs: hold up, hold to, hold out… video

 

 

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