Two useful methods for proofreading your writing to catch spelling mistakes that your spelling checker misses.
Nobody likes paying for things they don’t want or like, like excess baggage fees, fixing broken items, etc. Lori gives you a collection of phrasal verbs that are used in that situation.
Lori explains the meaning of the phrasal verb “to ramp up”
Lori explains the meaning of the word “perk,” meaning advantage or benefit.
Lori explains the meaning of the phrasal verb “to deal with”
Lori explains the phrasal verb “to keep track (of something)”
Lori explains the meaning of the word pointer (meaning “piece of advice”).
Lori explains the idiom “to screw up”, which is slang for “to make a mistake”
Lori explains the English idiom “to make a killing.”