Make your English speech sound more like that of a native English speaker
So, if you want to understand native speaker, it’s a good idea to learn common phrasal verbs. You may not feel confident using them yourself but your listening comprehension will improve if you understand them when you hear them. Well, on Friday 30/01/15 the members of the English Club discovered the world of phrasal verbs. They introduced with such interesting ones as: give up, hold on, cheer up, get rid of, cut back on, get around to and so on and tried to understand their meaning.