In this video, learn how to use "pick, pick out, pick up" so you can learn English phrasal verbs and increase your vocabulary.
"Pick" is a very common verb. It means to select one or more from many.
We can turn "pick" into a phrasal verb and use "pick out" to have the same meaning.
"Pick up" as a phrasal verb has a different meaning. It’s used to talk about lifting something with your hands and to talk about going to a location to get someone or something.
All three of these verbs "pick, pick out, pick up" are must-know words for your vocabulary.
Learning these three confusing English words will help you feel confident expressing your ideas naturally.
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