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Bài Báo Cáo AV4

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Thái Tấn Lợi

on 8 February 2015

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Transcript of Bài Báo Cáo AV4

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Overview of Two-Word
How are Phrasal Verbs ?
Verb
Intransitive Phrasal Verbs
Transitive Phrasal Verbs
Depending on the location of the object:
Conclusion
The topic of Two-word
2.Intransitive Phrasal Verbs
1.Transitive Phrasal Verbs
Separable
Inseparable
Particle
Adverb
Preposition
Ex: Gave away, deal with, give up, looking for
No
object
Ex : He was late because his car broke down + Adverb
Don't use passive sentence
Usually , Verb
Adverb
He was late because his car
was
broke down
Usual Intransitive Phrasal Verbs : break down, come back, fall through, get by, get up, go on, grow up, look out, show up, shut up, sit down, stand up, stay on, take off, turn up, watch out
Inseparable Phrasal Verbs
The
object
followed by 'partical'
Inseparable
Separable
Verb
Ex: I
switched on

the radio

I
switched

the radio

on
However, If the object is a pronoun, the pronoun will stand between the verbs and 'pratical '
Ex: I
took

them

off

He admitted he'd
made

it

up
Usual separable phrasal verbs: Bring + sb + to, drag +sb +down, have + sb + over....
Prepositional Verbs:
Verb
Preposition
Ex: She was
looking
for

the passport
which she had lost
Phrasal Preposition Verbs: Verbs Adverb
Preposition
( Always)
Ex: She was
looking

everywhere

for
the missing passport
Usual inseparable phrasal verbs : Look into, look after, run across, run into, take after.....
This is the most difficult part when we learn vocabulary. Therefore, we need to do more homework and learn more vocabulary to be able to do better.
Thanks for your attention
1.Thái Tấn Lợi
2.Đào Văn Phong
3.Hồ Anh Ninh
Separable Phrasal Verbs
Object
Partical
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