Creative genius
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Then look through the glossary.
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It went out in the world. – The book was published.

They come up to me now - they come

Nothing's ever going to come of it - Nothing good is going to happen

When it comes to writing - When you finally sit down and write

It just didn't come up like that. – didn't appear

Check it out – look at it!

When she was growing up in rural Virginia - she became adult

As she put it "for another poet" - she said it

She's looking for the paper - searching

She would reach out with her other hand - get with hand
The poem would come up on the page perfect and intact - the poem appeared

He longs for it - wants a lot

He looked up at the sky. - looked upwards

Do I look like I can write down a song right now? - to write on paper

You've got to show up - you've got to come

I showed up for my part of the job. – I came

To go on for hours and hours - continue

Follow up – remind

When I really get psyched out about that - get extremely angry
Please make up sentences with the following verbs: to look for, to grow up, to come of something or somebody, to come to something, to write down.
Please give a short summary of the video in English.
Please look up two phrasal verbs from Oxford dictionary: to catch up with and to look forward to.
Pay attention to the examples of to look forward to: the verb after the phrasal verb gets -ing.

Put down several examples with these phrasal verbs.
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