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Face up to Phrasals
 

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- 1: Daisy Quizzes Amanda

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- 2: Amanda's Confession

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- 3: Daisy is Angry!

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- 4: Relax!

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- 5: Daisy Plays Detective!

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- 6: What's Going On?

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- 7: Daisy Plays Big Sister

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- 8: When Amanda Met Johnny

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- 9: Lessons in Love

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- 10: Just Shut Up!

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- 11: Make Up or Break Up?

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- 12: At Last, the Truth!

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- The complete Amanda and Daisy
Amanda & Daisy: A Friend in Need?


Amanda & Daisy: A Friend in Need?
Episode 8: When Amanda Met Johnny

Amanda: Well, actually, the last time I bumped into Johnny, I ignored him because -




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Bump into

Meaning: If you bump into someone, you meet them by chance or unexpectedly.

Grammar: This phrasal verb must take an object. You cannot separate the verb from its particle.

We bumped into Sally.
We bumped into her.



We bumped Sally into.
We bumped her into.
We bumped into.


Example sentence: Although we hadn't been in touch for years, it was wonderful to bump into John and Lucy the other day.
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Synonyms: meet, see, come across, run into
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