Lesson 3 B2.1 UNIT 1 – Phrasal Verbs about clothes
My name’s Mari Carmen and in today’s video lesson 3 I’m going to teach you about something I love and that is CLOTHES!!!!!
if you like clothes too, if you’re planning to go to a party or you know somebody who loves clothes , in this video I’m going to explain you some very important Phrasal Verbs about them.
Let’s get started!!
It means to wear smarter clothes than usual.If you have a hot date and you want to look good, you’ll dress up, meaning you’ll wear something that looks extra good.
For example.’ I have a date with my boyfriend. I should dress up.
2- ZIP UP
What does ZIP UP mean? Well, zipping up means you have a zipper and you pull it up.
For example. ‘ Zip up your coat! It’s freezing outside.
When you BUTTON UP something , you have buttons and you fasten them.
For example.’ I should button up my blouse properly.’
If you DO UP something, or you BUTTON it UP or you ZIP it UP.
DO UP means the same thing as ZIP UP and BUTTON UP.
For example. ‘ They must do up their jacket because it´s cold in the mountains.
It means the same as WEARING.
For example. ‘What does he has on?’ or ‘What´s he wearing?’
When you PUT something ON , you cover your body with an item of clothing
For example. ‘She puts a nice dress on to go to the party.’
It’s when you remove your clothes or shoes.
For example. ‘It’s good manners to take off your shoes before entering a
a house in Japan.’
It means put on clothes very quickly.
For example. ‘It was so late that I threw on my jacket and I went to school.’
9-SLIP ON /PULL ON
They both mean the same as throw on.
For example. I pulled on/slipped on/threw on my trousers and went out.’
What does it mean? If you ever go to a store and you see the most beautiful dress ever, then you say:
‘- I’m going to try it on’
It means, I’m going to put it on to see if I like it.
For example. At the store, I tried on a T-shirt
11- PUT TOGETHER
It’s to combine or join different items of clothing to wear them together.
For example. I normally put together red sweaters and green trousers. I love it.
Sometimes when you go home your feet hurt when you have been wearing your shoes all day. Then you take off or kick off your shoes.
It’s specific only for shoes.
For example. She kicked off her shoes when he went home on her high heels.
You know the verb ‘to wear’. But when you wear something in it means you have something that’s new and it’s sometimes too tight and we need to wear it a lot and then it becomes comfortable.
For example. My feet hurt because I’m wearing new shoes. I need to wear my shoes in. Meaning I need to put on my shoes many times walking these shoes and then they become comfortable.
Hanging up means when you put your clothes on a hanger and they look nice.
For example. ‘Don’t leave your clothes on the floor, hang them up.’
Well, that’s all for know.
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