What Is a Phrasal Verb?
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Idiomatic Phrasal Verb Meanings - Advanced ESL Quiz
Arrives at our Sydney warehouse in weeks and once received will be despatched with online tracking. Please allow additional time for delivery to your address. I learn faster from books so I liked this book. I like the way they present each topic, the lesson on the left side and the excersices on the right side. What I liked about this book is that they breifly explain the phrasal verbs and they get to the point. Not wordy like other books.
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English Idioms in Use Intermediate Book with Answers
September 24, - Published on Amazon. I'm very pleased with the purchase! The book is wonderfully organised, it has clear explanations for every practice unit and a number of practical exercises. I appreciate that all phrasal verbs are grouped in units, which definitely contributes to better memorising and mastering the verbs. What I like the most and actually was looking for is illustrations and exercises of a practical use of phrasal verbs rather than just their explanations.
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Exploiting self-study phrasal verb exercises in the classroom
Come Across. Come Down To. Come Down With. Come Through. Come Up With. To completely remove or separate a part of something by cutting it with something sharp like a knife or a pair of scissors, etc.
Do Away With. Fall Behind. Fall Through. Float Around. Fool Around. Get Around To.
English Phrasal Verbs in Use
Get Back At. Get Back To. When you talk to someone at a later time either because you are busy or you have obtained additional or new information. When you move your body and either stand, sit, lie, kneel, etc.
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Get Over With. Get Through. Get Together. Go Along With. Go Through With.