Phrasal verbs

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Phrasal verbs

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL FEDERICO VILLARREAL ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA DE POST GRADO MAESTRÍA EN DOCENCIA UNIVERSITARIA GRAMÁTICA I Lic. NANCY EDITH SULLUCHUCO PARIONA
  2. 2. ORIENTACIONES GENERALES Estimado participante:A continuación ponemos a su disposición, diferentes organizadores visuales, lecturasseleccionadas, con la finalidad de reforzar el aprendizaje de la unidad.¡ Muchos Éxitos ! Lic. Nancy Edith Sulluchuco Pariona
  3. 3. I UNIDADGRAMMAR PRESENTATION
  4. 4. CONTENIDOS DE LA I UNIDAD1. Separable Transitive Phrasal Verbs. Not separated. Separated.2. Intransitive Phrasal verbs Not separated.3. Notes.4. Examples.
  5. 5. SEPARABLE TRANSITIVE PHRASAL VERBS NOT SEPARATED SUBJECT VERB PARTICLE DIRECT OBJECT She called in a consultant. He figured out the problem. SEPARATED SUBJECT VERB DIRECT OBJECT PARTICLE She called a consultant in him He figured the problem out. it
  6. 6. INTRANSITIVE PHRASAL VERBS NOT SEPARATEDSUBJECT VERB PARTICLE They came back quickly caught on It everywhere
  7. 7. NOTES1. A phrasal verb (also called a two-part or two-word verb) consists of a verb + participle.Verb + Participle = Phrasal verbParticles and prepositions look the same.However, particles are part of the verb phrase, and they oftenchange the meaning of the verb.
  8. 8. verb + particle• Let´s figure out this problem now. verb + particle• Ho called in a consultant. verb + preposition• She´s looking up at the roof. (She´s looking in the direction of the roof. verb + particle• She´s looking up the word. (She´s searching for the word in the dictionary.
  9. 9. ESTIMADO (A) PARTICIPANTE SIGA ADELANTE¡ ÉXITOS ! Lic. Nancy Edith Sulluchuco Pariona

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