Phrasal Verbs

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run into buckle up look up leave out look down on act up do without eat out get over make up pick out hang around take in open up put off

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17 April 2012

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Phrasal verbs (also known as compound verbs or multi-word verbs) are verbs plus prepositions or adverbs that can be treated as a complete semantic unit. They often have meanings that are different to the base verb they feature. An example is "put on", as in, "He put on a new shirt." This worksheet features 15 phrasal verbs that are separated from their accompanying prepositions. Students must join the verbs to the correct preposition by drawing lines to match the pairs.

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