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PHRASAL VERBS
literal phrasal verbs
The definitions of some phrasal verbs are rather easy to understand because they are more
literal
. For example:

Look + through
Look through a book
= searching in the book


iDIOMATIC / FIGURATIVE
PHRASAL VERBS
Often the meaning of these verb phrases is idiomatic and cannot be determined by knowing the meaning of their individual parts. Because of this, phrasal verbs are often difficult to master for students of English as a second language.

Think of the phrasal verb
GET ON WITH
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1. What are phrasal verbs?
The phrasal verb consists of a verb, usually a verb of action or movement such as go, put, take, and one or two
particles
.
The particle may be an adverb and/or a preposition.
send off
the structure of phrasal verbs
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ANY QUESTION
SO FAR?
basic phrasal verbs structureS
VERB + ONE OR TWO PARTICLES

VERB + ADVERB + OBJECT
e.g I COULDN'T LIVE DOWN THAT INCIDENT
VERB + PREPOSITION + OBJECT
e.g SHE WALKED ACROSS THE PARK
VERB + ADVERB + PREPOSITION
e.g I CAN'T PUT UP WITH ANNE ANYMORE
steps for learning phrasal verbs
number one
What are phrasal verbs?
when do we use them?
how do we use them?
by
Andrea Berrio
and
Andrés Rodríguez

iDIOMATIC / FIGURATIVE
PHRASAL VERBS
Phrasal verbs are extremely common, especially in spoken English, and are used more informally than their latin synonyms,
e.g. use up vs. consume; gather together vs. assemble; put out vs. extinguish.
When do we use
phrasal verbs?
one a day
number Two
phrasal verbs in context
do phrasal verbs have objects?
where does the object of a transitive phrasal verb go?
how do we use phrasal verbs?
thanks
for
your
time
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