Quick English: "Wrap Up" Phrasal Verb

Phrasal verbs (two words that work together to have one meaning) come up in many English conversations - and there are even some that can be used for different things!

Do you know the different meanings of the phrasal verb, “wrap up”?

1. wrap up: to cover in paper to protect or hide something

Example: Did you wrap up the presents and put them under the tree?

2. wrap up: to dress warmly

Example: You better wrap up today, as it’s very cold outside.

3. wrap up: to finish

Example: Let’s wrap up this meeting so we can get started on the project.

That about wraps up today's phrasal verb post. Have you wrapped up all your Christmas presents yet?

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