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Two word verbs with ‘get’ [infographic]

  • February 17, 2014
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“Phrasal verbs” are two word verbs with meaning beyond the individual words. Generally a verb and a preposition, meanings can vary even when the verb is the same. This infographic illustrates phrasals using “get.” [Infographic provided by] To download high resolution poster click here “Get” as a Verb Alone, “get” usually means to obtain,…

Verbs and their Prepositions

  • February 4, 2013
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Fun with Phrasals! Verbs that stake a claim on specific prepositions can take on new meaning, turning boring verb/preposition combinations into fun phrasal verbs.   Embed this image to your site: [Infographic provided by] To download high-resolution poster click here The Average Verb and Preposition Some verbs need a preposition as a helper, and…

Verbs and their prepositions 101 [infographic]

  • July 5, 2011
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Sometimes a verb is attached to other words that assist it; word groups consisting of a verb and its helpers are called “verb phrases”. To download a high-resolution poster click here. Embed this image to your site: [Infographic provided by]   Prepositional Phrase A quick explanation of the prepositional phrase can help in understanding…

15 Most Useful Phrasal Verbs

  • March 21, 2011
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A phrasal verb is a combination of words that takes on unique meaning. Because they have little to do with the words they are made of, they can be confusing to those learning English. The majority of phrasal verbs are slang and occur most frequently in spoken English, so meanings can usually be determined by…

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