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How do we use phrasal verbs in English?
In this course, we will learn about using phrasal verbs in English. For example, what the four different types of phrasal verbs are, how separable and inseparable phrasal verbs work, how we use phrasal verbs with objects, and how to understand phrasal verbs in context.
What will I learn?
- How to learn phrasal verbs in context.
- What the four different types of phrasal verbs are.
- How to use separable and inseparable phrasal verbs.
- How to use phrasal verbs with objects.
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What are phrasal verbs in English?
A phrasal verb, sometimes called a multi-word verb, is an expression in English made up of two or three parts – a verb and one or two particles, e.g. PICK UP, GET OVER or KEEP UP WITH. Phrasal verbs tend to sound more informal, so we use them a lot when we’re speaking. They will make you sound much more natural in English.
How many types of phrasal verbs are there in English?
There are four main types of phrasal verb. Some need an object and some don’t. Some can be separated in the middle by an object and some can’t. That’s why it’s important to learn the four types of phrasal verbs to help you use them correctly.