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  • This is the Rachel’s English 30-Day Challenge!

  • Learn 30 phrasal verbs in 30 days!

  • Jumpstart your vocabulary in 2017.

  • Today is Day 24 and we're studying phrasal verbs withgrow”.

  • Is this 30-day vocabulary challenge really starting to grow on you?

  • If something grows on you, that means that you like it more and more.

  • Maybe at the beginning you weren’t sure about it

  • but as time went on, you found you did like something.

  • At first I didn’t like the name they chose for their baby, but it’s really grown on me.

  • To grow apart means to be less close.

  • This happens over time.

  • We were best friends in college, but weve really grown apart.

  • We hardly talk anymore.

  • To grow back means to grow after something has been cut.

  • I hate my haircut, but I know itll grow back.

  • Or, the forest will grow back eventually after the fire.

  • To grow into something means to get big enough.

  • These shoes are too big for my son, but hell grow into them by next year.

  • It also means to become more natural or comfortable with something.

  • She’s really grown into a confident young woman.

  • Or, There’s a lot to learn, he needs some time to grow into the job.

  • We use the term grow out with hair.

  • So at the hair salon you might say, I’m trying to grow out my hair, so just trim a little off.

  • This means I want it to be longer. I’m growing it out.

  • To grow out of something means to get too big for something.

  • Why spend a lot of money on children’s clothes?

  • Theyll just grow out of them so fast!

  • It can also mean to stop doing something as you get older.

  • I wish he’d grow out of this temper tantrum phase.

  • It can also mean to develop because of something.

  • The non-profit grew out of a need for affordable housing.

  • To grow up is to become an adult.

  • When I grow up, I want to teach English.

  • We also say it to someone who is being immature.

  • For example, maybe someone is making fun of someone else, and you say, “grow up!”

  • We also use it to mean to spend childhood. I want my children to grow up around their grandparents.

  • Or, I grew up in Florida.

  • Grow begins with the GR consonant cluster. Gr-

  • Your lips can make the shape of the R as you make the G.

  • The G is made with t he back of the tongue touching the soft palate.

  • So the front and middle part of the tongue can be in position for the R, with the tip pulled back and up.

  • Then all you have to do is release the back, gr-, gr-. Grow.

  • Then the OH as in NO diphthong.

  • Your jaw drops some at the beginning, and then the lips will round a bit. Grow, grow, grow.

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  • This 30-day challenge is leading up to a phrasal verbs course

  • that will be available on my online school on February 1.

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This is the Rachel’s English 30-Day Challenge!


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