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  • Phrasal Verbs Lesson

    THE RULE A phrasal verb has a meaning which is different from the original verb. That's what makes them fun, but confusing. You may need to try to guess the meaning from the context, or, failing that, look it up in a dictionary. There are four types of Phrasal verbs. One of them Verb + adverb + object...

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  • Phrasal Verb

    PHRASAL VERB Structure : A Phrasal Verb = a Verb + Adverb Word order with phrasal verbs : * The object can go either before or after the adverb : Ex: Melanie took her coat off. V O Adv Melanie took off her coat. V Adv O * A long object goes...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    Phrasal Verbs QuizPhrasal Verbs ListPhrasal verbs are usually two-word phrases consisting of verb + adverb or verb + preposition. Think of them as you would any other English vocabulary. Study them as you come across them, rather than trying to memorize many at once. Use the list below as a reference...

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  • Phrasal Verbs.

    Phrasal verbs. Exclusive content. By Roman Babchinsky, http://bobych.spb.ru Сокращения: sth – something, sb – somebody. Не забудьте уменьшить размер шпаргалки до 6-го кегля. Break down - stop working (for engines, etc.) Break in (into) – enter illegaly Break off – separate; cause to come...

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    Phrasal verbs (to) eat away: roer, carcomer, corroer, desgastar. (to) eat into: corroer, comerse. (to) eat out: comer fuera, cenar fuera. (to) eat up: comerse, consumir, tragar, devorar. (to) egg on: animar, incitar. (to) end in: acabar en, terminar con. (to) end off: acabar...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    Phrasal Verbs The following text contains twenty phrasal verbs. As you read the document, find the verbs and use the context to guess their meaning. Loïc Le Bihan opened his eyes and tried to figure out why it was daylight. His house robot, Jeeves, sensed that his master was now awake and...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    COMUNICATION SEMINAR WORK: PHRASAL VERBS STUDENT: ALEKSANDER RADINOVIĆ Index number: OPK09/12 Instructor: mr.sc Kristina Varcaković PRIJEDOR, 2013 Contents 1.Introduction: 3 2.Structuring and Presentation of Contents: 4 2.1 Origin of Phrasal verbs: 4 2.2 A diagnostic: 5 2...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………….......3 Chapter 1 ……………………………………………………………………………………….….…4 An Overview of Phrasal Verbs ……………………………………….……………...…………….…4 Chapter 2 ………………………………………………………………………………………...….12 Practical Aspects of Phrasal Verbs …….…………………………………………….……...………12 Conclusion …………………………………………………………………………………………..19 ...

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    Phrasal verb and its meaning Example Particle: up To blow up: to explode Dynamites are light bombs that can be dangerous when they are blown up To bring up : to raise, educate Teachers take a large responsibility when bringing up primary students. ( you can also say bringing primary students...

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  • Phrasal Verb

    negative effect, especially is it makes you feel bad Aim Aim at - To target - Intend to achieve Allow Allow for - Include something in a plan or calculation Allow of - Make possible, permit Angle Angle for - Try to get something indirectly, by hinting or suggesting Answer Answer...

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  • phrasal verb

     doc PHRASAL VERBS ADD ADD UP.- sumar. Waiter, you haven’t added this bill up correctly. ASK ASK FOR.- request. Mr Brown asked for a day off to go to his sister’s wedding. ASK AFTER.- By the way, Jill, Gregory was asking after you. (It means that Gregory was asking how you...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    .............2 IV. Uses of phrasal verbs…………………………………………………...4 1) Types of phrasal verbs……………………………………….....5 2) Type one : verb + preposition (transitive)..………………….....5 3) Type two: verb + particle (transitive)..………………………....6 4) Type three: verb + particle (intransitive)...…………………...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    Phrasal Verb Meaning Example respect or obey. (the law, a decision, a If you want to stay at this school, you must abide by the rules. rule) explain, give a reason I hope you can account for the money you spent! add up make sense, seem reasonable Her story just doesn't add up...

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    BIKASH BISWAS PURATAN CHAPRA DHANTALA NADIA PH-9477888780 1. Who is the writer of the poem RING OUT, WILD BELLS? Ans: Alfred Tennyson is the writer of the poem ‘Ring Out, Wild Bells’. 2. What is the poem that expresses grief on the occasion of death called? Ans: The poem that expresses grief...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    You don’t have to go to Africa to see an elephant. You don’t have to go to the North Pole to see a polar bear. You can see elephants, bears, lions, crocodiles, hawks, and all kinds of other wild animals at a zoo. Zoos are places where animals are kept so that you can learn about them. Zoos are also...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    Phrasal verbs (to) eat away: roer, carcomer, corroer, desgastar. (to) eat into: corroer, comerse. (to) eat out: comer fuera, cenar fuera. (to) eat up: comerse, consumir, tragar, devorar. (to) egg on: animar, incitar. (to) end in: acabar en, terminar con. (to) end off: acabar, terminar,...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    PHRASE .A phrase is a collection of words that may have nouns or verbals, but it does not have a subject doing a verb. The following are examples of phrases: • leaving behind the dog • smashing into a fence • before the first test • after the devastation ...

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  • Phrasal Verbs

    Grammar notes: phrasal verbs a-b account for something to explain to give an explanation for something Well, how do you account for the fact that there's £20,000 missing? There's a lot of money not accounted for. add something on (to) to include in a calculation or on a list It'll cost more once...

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    brains If you pick somebody's brains, you ask them for detailed information or ideas about something. play it by ear If you play it by ear, you don't plan ahead but you do whatever seems best at the time depending on the situation. pull someone's leg Informal If you pull someone's leg, you play a joke...

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  • Phrasal verb list

    http://www.englishclub.com Phrasal Verbs List Verb ask someone out Meaning Example invite on a date add up to something ask many people the same question equal back something up reverse back someone up support blow up explode blow something up add air ...

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