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    • A phrasal verb consists of verb + preposition verb + adverb Or
    • clean up = to wash or tidy up
    • come across = find sth/ meet sb by chance
    • call on = to visit
    • cut out = stop an annoying activity
    • cut up = to cut into pieces or sections
    • cut down = reduce
    • Phrasal verbs can be divided into groups Intransitive verbs Separable verbs Inseparable verbs transitive verbs
    • Phrasal verbs can be divided into groups transitive verbs Intransitive verbs These don't take an object  They had an argument, but they've made up now. Hold on! What are you doing there? I just broke down in tears when I saw the letter. He would get up at daybreak.
    • Intransitive verbs These don't take an object  They had an argument, but they've made up now. Hold on! What are you doing there? I just broke down in tears when I saw the letter. He would get up at daybreak. Phrasal verbs can be divided into groups transitive verbs These take an object They are looking after their grandchildren . I need to catch up with my homework. I’ll call you up tonight .
    • Phrasal verbs can be divided into groups Intransitive verbs Separable verbs Inseparable verbs transitive verbs
    • Inseparable verbs transitive verbs They get along with their neighbors well. He looks after his little brother every Friday.
    • Separable verbs transitive verbs I often look up words in the dictionary. = search for Information in a reference book (I often look words up in the dictionary).