109 Phrasal Verbs by Michael DiGiacomo
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- The DEFINITION of each phrasal verb.
- How to USE the phrasal verb.
- The STRUCTURE showing the grammar pattern of the phrasal verb.
- EXAMPLE sentences to see how the phrasal verb is used in context.
- A PRACTICE question to give you the chance to use the phrasal verb.
- ALMOST 1 HOUR of my audio lessons explaining the meaning and giving examples of each phrasal verb!
What is a Phrasal Verb?A phrasal verb is a verb + preposition that we use as an idiom. Some examples are: call off, calm down, drag on, drop off, figure out, fill out, give in, hang out, kick off, look into, make up, pick up, put off, run into, show up, take off, think up, try on, turn on, work out, etc...
Why Learn Phrasal Verbs?Phrasal verbs are commonly used in everyday, conversational English. It is more natural to say, "Please put out your cigarette," than "Please extinguish your cigarette." I encourage you to study the lessons in this book, and begin using these phrasal verbs in your conversations. You will sound more natural when you do so.
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