PPP B12

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PPP B12

  1. 1. A phrasal verb consists of verb + preposition verb + adverb Or
  2. 2. clean up = to wash or tidy up
  3. 3. come across = find sth/ meet sb by chance
  4. 4. call on = to visit
  5. 5. cut out = stop an annoying activity
  6. 6. cut up = to cut into pieces or sections
  7. 7. cut down = reduce
  8. 8. Phrasal verbs can be divided into groups Intransitive verbs Separable verbs Inseparable verbs transitive verbs
  9. 9. 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.
  10. 10. 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 .
  11. 11. Phrasal verbs can be divided into groups Intransitive verbs Separable verbs Inseparable verbs transitive verbs
  12. 12. Inseparable verbs transitive verbs They get along with their neighbors well. He looks after his little brother every Friday.
  13. 13. 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).

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