Word order of phrasal verbs

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Word order of phrasal verbs

  1. 1. Word order of phrasal verbs – Every morning I get up at 8.00. – Then I turn on the radio. – I always have to look for my glasses.
  2. 2. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 1 “Every morning I get up at 8.00.”
  3. 3. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 1 “Every morning I get up at 8.00.” – NO object.
  4. 4. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 1 “Every morning I get up at 8.00.” – NO object. – The phrasal verb can’t be separated.
  5. 5. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 1 “Every morning I get up at 8.00.” – NO object. – The phrasal verb can’t be separated. “Come in and sit down.”
  6. 6. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 2 “Then I turn on the radio.”
  7. 7. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 2 “Then I turn on the radio.” – They have an object.
  8. 8. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 2 “Then I turn on the radio.” – They have an object. – They can be separated.
  9. 9. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 2 “Then I turn on the radio.” – They have an object. – They can be separated. – The object can be in the middle of the phrasal verb or after it.
  10. 10. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 2 “Then I turn on the radio.” – The object comes in the middle of the phrasal verb. • Always if the object is a pronoun: “Then I turn it on.” • It’s possible if the object is a noun: “Then I turn the radio on.”
  11. 11. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 2 “Then I turn on the radio.” – The object comes after the phrasal verb. • It’s possible if the object is a noun: “Then I turn on the radio.”
  12. 12. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 2 “Then I turn on the radio.” – Possibility 1 • In the middle of the phrasal verb: – Nouns: “Then I turn the radio on.” – Pronouns (always): Then I turn it on.” – Possibility 2 • After the phrasal verb: – Only nouns: “Then I turn on the radio.”
  13. 13. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 3 “I always have to look for my glasses.”
  14. 14. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 3 “I always have to look for my glasses.” – They have an object.
  15. 15. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 3 “I always have to look for my glasses.” – They have an object. – They can’t be separated.
  16. 16. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 3 “I always have to look for my glasses.” – They have an object. – They can’t be separated. – The object comes after the phrasal verb.
  17. 17. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 3 “I always have to look for my glasses.” – They have an object. – They can’t be separated. – The object always comes after the phrasal verb. “I’m looking for my keys.” “I’m looking for them.”
  18. 18. Word order of phrasal verbs • Type 1 – No object – Every morning I get up at 8.00. • Type 2 – Separable with an object – Then I turn on the radio. – Then I turn the radio on. – Then I turn it on. • Type 3 – Inseparable with an object – I always have to look for my glasses. – I always have to look for them.

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