Phrase: To fill in something
Today we learn a new phrase: to fill in something and to fill in for someone. Tune into today’s episode to learn when to use these two phrases. Enjoy :)
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Amigos, today we’re learning the following phrase:
To fill in… something.
I’m just thinking… I think this phrase has many meanings. I’m only going to focus on a couple of ways we can use this phrase.
This is a phrase that’s used a lot by English speakers. It’s a phrase you really want to learn and know about. You really want to be able to use this phrase correctly.
First off, have you heard of this phrasal verb before?
The phrase was:
To fill in…
To fill in something.
Two words: Fill In.
Fill in the blanks – that’s one example. Probably you’ve heard this before.
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