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Many English verbs can be followed by prepositions or adverb particles.
The meaning of a two-word verb is sometimes very different from the meanings of the two parts taken separately.
Verbs with prepositions and particles together
Some verbs can be used with both an adverb particle and a preposition. Examples are: put up with, get on with, look out for etc.
Word order with objects
Prepositions normally go before objects.
Adverb particles can go before or after noun objects.
Note that if the object is a pronoun, the adverb particle has to be put after the object.
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