#2 – TO BACK SOMEONE UP

#2 TO BACK SOMEONE UP


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Hello, this is Luke from Luke’s English Podcast and this year I’m teaching you a Phrasal Verb every day. This is phrasal verb is number two and this one is :
BACK SOMEONE UP. BACK ME UP.

“TO BACK SOMEONE UP” means to give someone support by saying or showing that you agree with them.
For example: You might say: – “BACK ME UP ON THIS ONE, WILL YOU?”
or maybe – “If I ask for more money, WILL YOU BACK ME UP?”

Okay? WILL YOU BACK ME UP, BACK ME UP ON THIS ONE.
– “He is my friend so he BACKED ME UP”

Right? – “Don’t worry, I WILL BACK YOU UP!” means – I will give you support. I will be behind you. I WILL BACK YOU UP.

Okay? There you go! There will be another one tomorrow.
That’s it for now. Bye, bye, bye

  • Denis Paraschuk

    It’ll be very important game for me. So, I hope, you’ll back me up tomorrow.

  • raulito

    I’m a non-native English teacher in elementary school and sometimes I have to ask my sister to back me up on making worksheets for my class.Time for me is too short to make all of them on time

  • you back us up in learning