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Phrasal Verbs And Prepositional Verbs

A phrasal verb is made up of two parts: a base verb followed by an adverb particle. Examples are: ask out, bring about, bring up, call back, call in, call off, figure out, fill out, find...

What Are Phrasal Verbs?

Some English verbs can be followed by prepositions or adverb particles. Alice ran into the room crying. He walked down the street. Do sit down. Some verbs and prepositions / particles are always used...

Phrasal Verbs And Idioms

Phrasal verb A complex verb consisting of a simple verb and an adverb particle. Examples are: make up, take off, turn on, do up, fill up, run over, take in and put away. The...

Phrasal verbs with pull

Here are some idiomatic expressions with pull. Pull back To pull back is to retreat. The infiltrators pulled back when army started firing. Pull someone’s leg To pull someone’s leg is to deceive them...