Posted by: Idioma Extra | April 17, 2013

Grammar Guru


Phrasal Verbs with “Get”

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Phrasal verbs are verbs that contain two or more words such as “get in” or “fill up.” The first word is usually a verb (i.e., “get” or “fill” in the last examples) and the 2nd word is usually a preposition (i.e., “in” or “up” in the last examples). This 2nd word is also called a “particle.”

Phrasal verbs are very, very common and therefore they are very, very important to learn. The next few weeks, I will link to different websites where to can learn and practice some of the most common phrasal verbs.

This week, we start with phrasal verbs with “get.” Check out the link below to learn some new phrasal verbs today!

Click here for Phrasal Verbs with “Get”


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