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Phrasal verbs in context ebook
Phrasal verbs in context ebook

Phrasal verbs in context. Peter Dainty

Phrasal verbs in context
ISBN: 0333564227,9780333564226 | 96 pages | 3 Mb

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Phrasal verbs in context Peter Dainty
Publisher: Macmillan

109 Phrasal Verbs – Now available for Android on Google Play! On a Monday morning my first question is inevitably “What did you get up to over the weekend? In these circumstances, the meaning of the phrasal verb can only be deduced from the context it is used in. Instead of asking me all the time, students are encouraged to ask each other first, always using this phrasal verb until it becomes instinctive for them and of course, second nature. If you want to learn phrasal verbs I recommend that you always learn them in context. The phrasal verb of the day is “write down.” Now this basically means the same thing as write, but it has to be used in the context of pen and paper. Another question would be “Did you get through the weekend homework?” I make sure that these questions are all in context and provide opportunities for practice. Further(11) complications occur when a phrasal verb has several meanings. Let's examine three different meanings for take off. This is especially true if we talk about phrasal verbs. In this video Steve explains the meaning of common phrasal verbs with 'get'.

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