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Phrasal Verb – Crowd Around

Wednesday, August 1, 2012 @ 08:08 AM
posted by Jo

Crowd Around

The phrasal verb 'crowd around' describes when people surround someone or something, especially because they want to see what is happening.

People usually 'crowd around' when someone has been injured, if there is something interesting or exciting to see, or if they are trying to hear someone speak.

Here are some example sentences:

The children were crowding around the small mouse, trying to see whether it was still alive or not.

The followers crowded around their leader to hear him speak.

The noun 'crowd' is a group of people who have gathered together to do something.

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