Speak Fluent English - Call Off - Phrasal Verbs tutorials





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Published on Apr 8, 2014

The phrase "call off'' has different meanings such as to cancel, to stop something that is already happening or planned, such as a party. It could also mean to order someone to stop attacking. For example: I yelled to the man to call off his dog.

Verbs with more than one word can be confusing but knowing how to use them in appropriate situations can help you improve.

Some additional vocabulary used in the conversations is highlighted at the end of the video. Practice them to build your fluency.

In this lesson we learn about the phrase "call off' and its use in your conversations.

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