July 13


Idioms, Phrasal Verbs and Prepositional Verbs That Describe Relationships


Good day everyone and welcome to Prepare to Pass Your Cambridge Exam by Cambridge Exam Coach, the podcast where you can listen to tips and advice for passing the Cambridge exams at the same time as improving your English.

I’m Kristian, your host, today it’s Tuesday 13 July 2021, and in this episode we’re going to talking about vocabulary around relationships. We’ll talk about idioms, phrasal verbs and verb preposition combinations that describe relationships around family and work life.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy this special episode of the podcast. Are you ready? Here we go!

Hello dear dear listeners, how are you doing? I hope you’re doing great and that you’re looking forward to listening to this episode of the podcast. First I’d like to welcome Liza on the podcast, hello Liza how is it going today?

I’m delighted that you’re now a regular of the podcast and I appreciate it very much, because I know you’re a busy bee and that you’re got a lot on your plate.

I’m thrilled that you’re now working everyday on our Instagram page. The content is both relevant and useful as well as very easy on the eye. Could you elaborate a bit on the process? How do you create insta posts?

OK, let’s move on to today’s exercise…

About the author 


Kristian is from The Netherlands, but he lives in Prague, Czechia. He is a CELTA qualified teacher who passed the Cambridge C2 Proficiency exam with grade A. When he's not working, he likes to chill out with music, podcasts or an audiobook.


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