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Verb
Phrasal
Adver
b and
/or
Prepo
sition
verbs
A multi-word verb ; made up of a
verb and an adverb and/or a
preposition.
The meaning of Phrasal Verbs are
usually idiomatic.
x
E
amples
Fill out = to complete
You need to FILL OUT the online
registration form before your course
Go back = to return
Pat swore he would never GO BACK to
that restaurant.
Transitive
Intransitive
1. Have a DIRECT OBJECT
I will look after your dog
1. DON'T have a DIRECT OBJECT.
John and I broke up two years ago
2. Some Transitive Phrasal Verbs
CAN be SEPARATED
Turn down = to refuse
They TURNED DOWN my offer.
They TURNED my offer DOWN.
2. Intransitive Phrasal Verbs CANNOT
be SEPARATED
Eat out= to eat at a restaurant or café.
Let’s eat out tonight at a restaurant or
café
Top Tip
Transitive Phrasal Verbs: If the object is a PRONOUN, such as I, he, them. then the object
ALWAYS comes between the verb and the participle. Example: They turned it down.
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