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In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Jack is flying solo for another language tips episode. He explains the meanings of the following three phrasal verbs using the verb “live”:
Live with: To tolerate or accept a difficult or unpleasant situation or person.
Example: She decided to live with her noisy neighbors rather than confront them about the noise.
Live through: To endure or survive a difficult or challenging experience.
Example: The earthquake was a terrifying ordeal, but we managed to live through it.
Live off: To depend on someone or something for financial support or sustenance.
Example: He’s been living off his parents for years without getting a job.
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