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English Grammar

Phrasal Verbs


What is phrasal Verbs?

Phrasal Verbs can be easily explained as a verb that consists of two verbs. The meaning of the two verbs are changed or totally different from that of each one seperately.

Example of Phrasal Verbs

  • Look after -- To take care (the meaning of look and after is different from look + after together.)
  • Take over -- To control / manage / responsible (the meaning of take and over is different from take + over together.)
  • Get up -- To wake up

Must know about phrsal verbs

  • Some Verbs can be regular and irregular verb depending on the meaning.

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