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7 'MUSIC' Phrasal Verbs
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The following phrasal verbs seem to be related to music, but they are not. 

1. Ring bell: If something rings bell, it sounds familiar, but you don't remember the exact details. 

2. Chime in: If you chime in, you interrupt or join conversation, especially to repeat or agree with something. 

3. Drum (something) into someone's head: If you teach something to someone through constant repetition, you drum it into their head. 

4. Jazz something up: If you jazz something up, you add something to try to improve it or make it more stylish. 

5. Music to one's ears: To say that something is music to your ears means that the information you receive makes you feel very happy. 

6. Face the music: When person has to face the music, they have to accept the unpleasant consequences of their actions. 

7. Strike false note: If you strike false note, you do something wrong or inappropriate. 
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