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PHRASAL VERBS

INTRODUCTION

SEPARABLE AND INSEPRABALE

1 Most transitive phrasal verbs are separable this means that noun objects can go after the particle or between the verb and the particle

Ex: i just dreamed up a new idea or i just dreamed a new idea up

Be careful!

a if the direct object is a pronoun it must go between the verb and the particle

Ex: i dream it up NOT : i dreamed up it

b.when the noun object is part of a long phrase it goes after the particle

Ex: she tried out an unusually complicated new device NOT : she tried an unsually complicated new device out

2.Some transitive phrasal verbs are inseprabale.this means that both noun and pronoun object always go after the particel you cannot separate the verb from its particle

Example : she ran into her sience teacher in the libarary NOT : She ran her sience teacher into the library

3 Phrasal verbs can be intransitive this means that they do not take an object

Ex: his earmuffs caught on everyone wanted a pair or don’t give up.keep trying

4.A small groups of phrasal verbs must be separated

Examples : keep sth on :not remove

talk someone into : persuade

5 Some transitive phrasal verbs are used in combinations with certain prepositions

A phrasal verb + preposition combinatio(aslo called a three-part or three word verb ) is usually inseprabale

Examples: she come up with a brilliant idea

i dropped out of school and got a job

I couldn’t keep up with the class.it went too quickly for me


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