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Learn a phrasal verb every day with this series of short podcasts by Luke Thompson from Luke’s English Podcast.

Each episode contains definitions, explanations and improvised examples of each phrase to help you understand and remember these complex but important parts of the English language! Transcripts are also available for every episode.

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Sep 9, 2014

And 'to make up with someone'. "to make something up" = to invent something (like a story, or an excuse) "Did you just make that up?" "Stop making up excuses" "My Dad used to tell me bedtime stories. He'd make them up off the top of his head." 'to make up with someone' = to become friends again after an argument "We fell out with each other, but life's too short, so we went for a drink and made up with each other" "Let's kiss and make up" (for a romantic relationship)