Vocabulary for phrasal verbs

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  • A phrasal verb is a verb formed from two (or sometimes three) parts: a verb and an adverb or preposition. These adverbs and prepositions are often called particles when they are used in a phrasal verb. Most phrasal verbs are formed from a small number of verbs (for example, get, go, come, put and set) and a small number of particles (for example, away, out, off, up and in). Phrasal verbs sometimes have meanings that you can easily guess (for example, sit down or look for). However, in most cases their meanings are quite different from the meanings of the verb they...

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  • Students of English realize very early on in their learning career that prepositions present a problem. They collocate with nouns. adjectives. past participles, and verbs, without rules or logic. Students simply have to learn that interested is followed by in, and good is followed by at.

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  • This reference and practice book contains 70 attractive two-page units featuring approximately 1,000 phrasal verbs. English Phrasal Verbs in Use is a comprehensive reference and practice book suitable for students from good intermediate level onwards. Over 1000 of the most useful and frequent phrasal verbs are clearly explained and practised in typical contexts. The material is designed for self-study, as well as classroom use, and has a student-friendly answer key.

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  • This book can really help you to increase your English vocabulary while having fun. Most of the tests cover a particular vocabulary area - for example, tools, shapes, computers, musical instruments and so on. Others are based on word types - for example, preposition, phrasal verbs or collective nouns.

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  • Suitable for intermediate to advanced learners of English, Collins COBUILD Business Vocabulary in Practice provides comprehensive coverage of today’s business vocabulary in a clear, easy-to-use format. The text has been illustrated with thousands of examples of real English from the Bank of English, to help students write, speak, and understand English better.

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  • The build your vocabulary section gives extra information about the : phrasal verb rf it is important or particularly useful. For wake up you are given ' information on related worlds. This tells you if there is a noun or an adjective that: is derived from the phrasal verb.

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  • English Idioms Idioms are fun and useful expressions that usually cannot be understood by defining the separate words. For example, if your host mother says, "I think it's time to hit the hay", she means, "I think it's bed-time"! You would not be able to understand her by looking up the words hit and hay. Like phrasal verbs, these expressions need to be memorized as a whole. Try visualizing them or drawing pictures when you study them. For example, draw a picture of a cow sleeping in some hay. The idiom out of the blue means "unexpectedly". Your teacher or homestay...

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  • The Oxford 3000™ The keywords of the Oxford 3000 have been carefully selected by a group of language experts and experienced teachers as the words which should receive priority in vocabulary study because of their importance and usefulness. The selection is based on three criteria. The words which occur most frequently in English are included, based on the information in the British National Corpus and the Oxford Corpus Collection. (A corpus is an electronically held collection of written or spoken texts, often consisting of hundreds of millions of words.

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  • The vocabulary component of the course is designed to develop students' awareness and ability across a wide range of vocabulary skills. The first section focuses on effective dictionary skills, as a key foundation for further vocabulary development. Subsequent sections feature a variety of topic vocabulary and idioms, and there are also three separate strands which run throughout the book: word formation (including word families, collocation and phrasal verbs).

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