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The Stolen Bicycle

This Reading Comprehension Worksheet - The Stolen Bicycle is for teaching reading comprehension. Use this reading comprehension story to teach reading comprehension.

Practicing phrasal verbs should be a good habit of any student. Today it's the verb fall. #english #student #vocabulary

Practicing phrasal verbs should be a good habit of any student. Today it's the verb fall. #english #student #vocabulary

“Go through” means “to ​experience a ​difficult or ​unpleasant ​situation”. Example: You wouldn’t believe what I went through when I was ill.

“Go through” means “to ​experience a ​difficult or ​unpleasant ​situation”. Example: You wouldn’t believe what I went through when I was ill.

“Get above” means “to behave as if you are better or more important than others”. Example: Ever since they made him assistant manager, he’s been getting above himself.

“Get above” means “to behave as if you are better or more important than others”. Example: Ever since they made him assistant manager, he’s been getting above himself.

“Kick off” means “to begin, to start”. Example: The tomorrow’s meeting will kick off at 5 o'clock. Please don’t be late. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

Phrasal Cards — “Kick off” means “to begin, to start”.