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6 Common English Phrasal Expressions for English Speaking.

6 Common English Phrasal Expressions for English Speaking.

Good at = Being Expert

Let’s learn  some examples

  1. I’m good at dancing 
  2. I’m good at singing.
  3. He is good at cooking.
  4. They are good at drawing.

Bad at = not being expert.

Let’s learn  some examples

  1. I’m bad at cooking.
  2. They are bad at singing.
  3. We are bad at drawing.
  4. He is bad at dancing.

Think of = Thinking about doing something

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  1. I think of learning English.
  2. He thinks of cooking.
  3. They think of sleeping.
  4. We think of watching a movie.

Feel Like = Feeling like to do something.

Let’s learn  some examples

  1. I feel like sleeping.
  2. You feel like watching a movie.
  3. We feel like going there.
  4. He feels like running. 

Fond of = Liking something 

Let’s learn  some examples

  1. I am fond of reading books.
  2. We are fond of drawing pictures.
  3. He is fond of singing.
  4. They are fond of eating burgers.

Supposed to = likely to do something.

Let’s learn  some examples

  1. I’m supposed to work.
  2. You are supposed to learn English.
  3. They are supposed to wait.
  4. He is supposed to sleep.

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