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Transcript for #5
Hello, This is Luke from Luke’s English Podcast and this year I’m teaching you a Phrasal Verb every day and today’s phrasal verb is TO BRING ON.

BRING ON, specifically the phrase is BRING IT ON.

Now, we say BRING IT ON when we want to show that you feel brave and confident enough to deal with any situation or to face an opponent or to face a challenge.

BRING IT ON. Okay, so… um, yeah, if you are feeling up for a challenge you might say: – “BRING IT ON!”.
For example, I have decided this year to teach you a phrasal verb every day and that is actually a kind of big challenge. That means that every day I have to take some time out of my day, you know, to do one of these. I might not be able to do it. It might be too much of challenge, but you know what? BRING IT ON.

There will be another one tomorrow.

Bye bye bye

  • med

    he wants problems, bring it on!

  • Umut

    ım mike tyson you foolish dont be redicilous just sign a contract and bring it on !! =)

  • Vladimir Vladimirovich

    Bring it on :D

  • Denis Paraschuk

    I’ve decided last year to learn phrasal verbs. It’s a challenge for me. Bring it on! Go ahead!

  • Yulia

    Though my goals to pass IELTS are quite high, as I need to acquire 8.5 band average, I really bring it on.

  • María José

    I don´t mind how hard it might be, bring it on!

  • raulito

    I’ve taken 2 international exams unsuccessfully even though I’m a fluent non-native English speaker.Those kind of exams are a pain in the neck to be honest(toelf) especially the reading part which contain several science topics.Nevertheless I’ll bring it on sooner or later

    • To be honest, ‘bring it on’ is said as an imperative, ordering someone else to bring the challenge to you. ‘Take it on’ works better in your sentence. “I’ll take it on later”

  • Nilson Rocha

    I really love this one !