Phrasal verbs: travel
You’re going to learn some useful phrasal verbs for talking about travel. Then, do the quiz to test yourself.
To go to
“Head to the main square for a drink in a terrace bar.”
To eat at (a restaurant).
“Dine at Stefano’s – one of the best Italian restaurants in the city.”
If you “indulge in” an activity, you do it because it’s something you enjoy.
“Holidays are a time to indulge in all those things you aren’t supposed to do, such as eating chocolate!”
To become less hot.
“In the summer, you can cool off at one of the city’s many swimming pools.”
To walk in an area with no particular objective.
“Stroll around the palace and enjoy the beautifully laid out gardens.”
To walk along a road/path with no particular objective in mind.
“Wander along the canal path and watch the boats slowly drifting up and down.”
The place where you “start off” a tour (for example), is the place where it starts.
“Start off your tour of the region by visiting one of the many castles.”
If someone “points something out” to you, they show it to you.
“He pointed out the painting to me.”