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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal Verbs
Rule:
Phrasal Verbs
Take off (sep) = to remove clothing
Phrasal Verbs
Take off (sep) = to remove clothing
What is phrasal verb?
How many types of phrasal verb?
Phrasal Verb
is a verb plus a
preposition
or
adverb
which creates a meaning different from the original verb.
The
adverb
and
prepositio
n are called Particle, for example
Break out
Take off
Get by
look in
Catch on
Give in
Check up
Check in
Watch out
Stay up
Ring off
Go away
Wait up
Come in
Stop off
Start out
On
Off
Over
About
Round


In
Back
Away
Along
Through
Up
Out
Down


There are
two types
of phrasal verbs:
separable
and
non separable
.
Separable
=
Transitive
Non separable
=
Intransitive
=
Inseparable
Non - separable
Rule:
Non separable
phrasal verbs must always
remain together:
Form:
verb + particle/preposition together
Correct: The pane
took off
at noon.
Phrasal Verbs

For example: take off = ( non-sep) to depart
Incorrect: The pane
took
at noon
off
.
( both words MUST be together)
She'll have to
stay up
late tonight
Separable
Separable
( the object is involved) phrasal verbs can be written three ways:
Form:
verb + particle/preposition together
verb + particle separated by noun
verb + particle separated with a pronoun
Sara
took off
her jacket.
verb + particle/preposition together
1
verb + particle separated by noun
2
Sara
took
her jacket
off
.
verb + particle separated with a pronoun
3
Sara
took
it
off
.
4
Sara
took

off
it .
( the pronoun MUST be in the middle)
Let's Practices

What is Phrasal Verb?

How many types of Phrasal Verb?
Question
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Thank You!!!
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