phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and an adverb or preposition, for example ‘look up’ or ‘look after’, which together have a particular meaning which is different from the verb alone.

The following phrasal verbs are featured in this slide.

  • come in
  • go out
  • put on
  • get in
  • get out
  • take out
  • run away
  • look for
  • look after

Do you know how to use phrasal verbs?

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