Barge in – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To barge in (or barge into) is to enter somewhere uninvited, or to interrupt something – especially in a clumsy, rude or abrupt way.

Examples of use:

1. Don’t barge into my room. Knock first.

2. We were waiting in the queue and he just barged in.

3. She kept barging in to collect paperwork when we were trying to have a private meeting.

barge in
present simple
barge in and barges in
-ing form
barging in
past simple
barged in
past participle
barged in

Can you write a sentence with the phrasal verb ‘barge in‘?

Has anyone ever barged in on you?

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