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Phrasal Verbs

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erin fenton

on 25 April 2011

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Transcript of Phrasal Verbs

keep up (with) = stay at the same level
run into = meet by chance
take after = resemble
throw up = vomit
think over = consider
show up = appear
point out = call attention to
pass away = die
look over = review
bring up = rear children
= introduce or mention Don't be "put off "
by Phrasal Verbs
call on = ask a student
a question in class
call off = cancel
get over = recover
put off = postpone
= disturbed
blow up = explode
make up = create
look up = search
pick out = choose
work out = exercise
check out = borrow
= investigate Common Phrasal Verbs Objectives Learn about phrasal verbs
Improve phrasal verb vocabulary
Listening exercise
Play with phrasal verbs

Some phrasal verbs are NON-separable verbs!
the preposition MUST follow the main verb.
For example: I called on Brad. Not: I called Brad on. HOWEVER, many phrasal verbs are separable
the preposition may or may not follow the main verb.
For example:
I brought the children up
- OR -
I brought up the children. What Are They? Phrasal verbs are idomatic expressions that combine verbs and prepositions (or adverbs) to create new verbs whose meaning has changed. Work + out = exercise
Look + like = resemble Verb + preposition = meaning What Else? Native speakers of English tend to use phrasal verbs in everyday conversation and genereally reserve one-word verbs (such as "investigate" instead of "look into") for more formal uses like business letters. For example "Bump Off" There are thousands of them!! Let's move on Phrasal Verbs
in an
ESL Class Listening Reading provide students with a short story, newspaper article, magazine clipping, etc
ask them to highlight the phrasal verbs
discuss the identified phrasal verb meanings Writing in groups of three or four, students are assigned several phrasal verbs
they discuss/investigate their meaning
students then write sentences or stories using the phrasal verbs A little competition
never hurt anyone! Speaking Have students read their sentences or stories out loud! Closing
Activity Phrasal Verb Face Off
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