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Aprende el uso de: “To end up”

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Hello, this is English explained with Addie; my name is Addie and I´m here to explain English grammar and pronunciation tips. Hope you help along the way to become fluent in English. This video is about the phrasal verb “to end up”.  I´m going to explain it and give you a few examples and I hope you´ll understand it.

Phrasal verb exercise: “To end up”, this means to eventually reach/do/decide.

First example:

“We ended up renting a film instead of going to the cinema”

This means that eventually we decided to rent a film instead of going to the cinema so…Do you understand how that works? It means what was eventually decided at the end.

Ok next one:

“Where is he taking you on your date?”

“I think we are going to end up to the cinema again”

I think what we are eventually going to do is go to the cinema again. Do you understand?

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Last example:

“I am going back to get my coat”

“You don`t have to…it is not that cold”

“I don`t want to end up ill in bed…I won´t be long”

The person has decided that they don´t want to eventually reach the situation where they will be ill in bed therefore they are going back to get the coat. “I don´t want to end up ill in bed. I won´t be long”

Thanks for listening. This video was brought to you by and made by me Addie. Thank you


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