Phrasal Verbs

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Phrasal Verbs are that consist of two or three parts – an ordinary verb and another word or words like IN, FOR or OFF. They are very common in English.

Here are some examples.

  1. I asked him to get out of the room.

  2. I backed on the principal of the college.

  3. I can’t put up with such a noisy class.

  4. I don’t agree with you.

  5. I don’t like to get up late.

  6. I gave away all the money I had.

  7. I have run out of stationery in my office.

  8. I look on writing another novel.

  9. I made up my mind to marry Madhavi.

  10. I want to get on with your work.

  11. I want you to get on with your work.

  12. It is very easy to take her in.

  13. Look after your parents in their old age.

  14. Madhavi requested me to ask for her brother.

  15. Madhavi takes after her mother.

  16. Milk is running over with water.

  17. My mother looked after me well.

  18. Myanmar sets out road map to democracy.

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