Phrasal Verbs

Very Different and Useful Phrasal Verb Study Method

Very Different and Useful Phrasal Verb Study Method You can learn a lot of phrasal verbs just reading this paragraph;

Phrasal Verbs With ‘Off’ (Turn off, Take off, Switch off, Show off)

Phrasal Verbs With ‘Off’ (Turn off, Take off, Switch off, Show off) Using phrasal verbs with off; Turn off Meaning; To stop the operation, the activity … Example; Please turn off your mobile phone.

Phrasal verbs – Phone

Phrasal vers – Phone Phrasal verbs list related phone; pick up, break up, cut off, call back, hang up. For uses of this phrasal verbs and examples, following the list.

Phrasal Verbs – Look

Phrasal Verbs – Look Verbs ‘look’ use very frequently with phrasal verbs. Please following list, expressions and examples; Look up to (someone); to respect or admire someone.

Uses of Ask with Phrasal Verbs

Uses of Ask with Phrasal Verbs Uses of ask for, ask over, ask about, ask after, ask out, ask around, ask round, ask in.

Uses of ‘Have’

Uses of ‘Have’ Have; a drink / food a shower a look wishes a moment an event a good mood a bad fall a nap a limp a lisp a problem a fit a Go!

Collocations with ‘Get’ and ‘Take’

Collocations with ‘Get’ and ‘Take’ Get lost, Get fired, Get a job, Get a life, Get home, Get ready, Get started, Get married, Get divorced, Get permission, Get the picture, Get a promotion. Take part in something, Take time, Take a look, Take a bath, Take a shower, Take a break, Take a chance, Take a picture, Take  a taxi, Take a seat, Take notes, Take

Phrasal Verbs With ‘Out’ – Visual Learning Method

Phrasal Verbs With ‘Out’ – Visual Learning Method hand out, work out, pass out, fill out, break out, eat out, pick out, make out, check out, find out, get out, stand out, give out, cut sth out, hang out, fall out, come out, be out, keep out.

Phrasal Verbs, Meanings and Example Sentences – A & B

Phrasal Verbs, Meanings and Example Sentences – A & B Phrasal Verbs: A act up (no object): misbehave (for people); not work properly (for machines). “The babysitter had a difficult time. The children acted up all evening.” “I guess I’d better take my car to the garage. It’s been acting up lately.”

“Be” Phrasal Verbs

“Be” Phrasal Verbs Uses of Be phrasal verbs; after, against, along, down, down with, in for, in on, off, not on, on about, out of, over;