English Phrasal Verbs: Work On Something – Explanation and Examples

Phrasal Verb Work On

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In this lesson, I show how I used the phrasal verb – work on something – in one of my videos, and then give more examples.

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To Work On Something

In the example I gave, I said the following:

“It’s important that working on your general English is going to help your speaking too.”

(The clip was taken from this video.)

To work on something means to spend time producing or improving something. Here are three more examples:

  • “I’m working on a new course for my English learners.”
  • “She is going to work on her novel this summer.”
  • “The kids are working on a project for school.”

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3. Check out other phrasal verb lessons here.

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