Make Out Vs Hook Up - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation
14 августа 2013

Make Out Vs Hook Up - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation

Make Out Vs Hook Up - The Difference - ESL British English Pronunciation
www.iswearenglish.com/ An explanation of the difference between the phrasal verbs to hook up and to make out.
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#1 написал: N soufo (16 августа 2013 08:49)
I like? ur lessons sir <3
#2 написал: Kati Svaby (16 августа 2013 08:49)
Ambiguesphrases here. Hooking up and making out has a lot of meaning but HERE? we learned that they can mean sex. Here,both means do sex with the other.
#3 написал: Armando Lara (16 августа 2013 08:49)
Thank? you!!
#4 написал: Cris Hall (16 августа 2013 08:49)
Imhaving much? work and I couldn't watch it till today, but I loved it. Thank you, so much.
#5 написал: Reza Kabiri (16 августа 2013 08:49)
May I ask you what phrase is used for a sex? with love (not only for satisfying sex passion)?
#6 написал: iswearenglish (16 августа 2013 08:49)
I would use the phrase to make love to/with somebody?
#7 написал: tlang66 (16 августа 2013 08:49)
Good work.?
#8 написал: Corven Dallas (16 августа 2013 08:49)
Perfectly explained as always :) can we say "it was just a hook up"? refering to a night somebody had with a boy/girl in the past? Or "we only hooked up" ?
#9 написал: Corven Dallas (16 августа 2013 08:49)
Perfectly explained? as always :)
#10 написал: Asaad al-bahrani (16 августа 2013 08:49)
If we are in Saturday or Sunday or let say Friday . When to say this week Monday and next week Monday .? And would be grateful if you elaborate on this topic. Many thanks
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