M2015 English Writing IV
M2015 English Writing IV


  • Module: English
  • Unit: M2015 Idioms and Phrasal Verbs
  • Instructor: Austin Sites
  • Level: Level 3

Unit Overview

Explain why idioms and phrasal verbs are essential to enhanced English language learning. Explore various scenes and contexts where idioms and phrasal verbs might play a part. Students will have the opportunity to increase their fluency by mastering the use of idioms and phrasal verbs in English.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • How to comprehend the basics of phrasal verbs and show the various meanings that can change or deepen with adding a phrase to the verb.
  • Explain the impact of adverbs, prepositions, and combined adverbs and prepositions, and how each of these steps change the meaning of phrasal verbs.
  • Discover how knowledge of idioms can improve their overall knowledge of the English.
  • Understand idioms and phrasal verbs with a variety of context examples and real-life situations – which will help them to better understand native speakers and English writing.
  • How to put these phrases into proper sentences and with structure to solidify their understanding in a visual contextual manner.
  • Gain an understanding that while basics of English is the best start, idioms and phrasal verbs can help you explore the language in a deeper, more meaningful way.

Unit Tasks

  • Read and review the lesson study guide;
  • Watch the lesson videoss
  • Read, review, and complete the teaching note
  • Complete assignment 2, and review the answers
  • Take and complete the quiz test


Each lesson in this unit offers 100 credits, including:

  • 25 credits for video attendance.
  • 25 credits for completing teaching notes, 5 for each blank
  • 25 credits for completing multiple choice questions, 5 for each question
  • 25 credits for taking the quiz test, 5 for each question

Video Attendance

Credit Value Requirement
25 Watch more than 3 times
20 Watch more than 2 times
15 Watch more than 1 time
0 Watch less than 1 time
(including 1 time)

Lecture Notes

Credit Value Requirement
5 First answer is correct.
4.5 Second answer is correct.
4 Third answer is correct.
3 Third answer is incorrect

Multiple Choice

Credit Value Requirement
5 First choice is correct.
4.5 Second choice is correct.
4 Third choice is correct.
3 Third choice is incorrect


Credit Value Requirement
5 Choice is correct.
0 Choice is incorrect.